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Fate of Moore's Law tops ISSCC agenda

Fate of Moore's Law tops ISSCC agenda
11/8/2002 08:42 PM EST
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Simonstar   5/23/2012 8:39:32 AM
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I like that in the conference in 2002, the speaker thinks Moore's law can only hold on for another decade before we are unable to doubt the transistors in a circuit. It is 10 years later, and we have not only been able to do it, we now predict we can go on for another decade. It always takes some ingenious innovation that helps us continue with the exponential growth of circuits. Simon - http://www.starrausten.com

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