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CICC talk: Graphene could succeed CMOS

9/16/2011 03:49 PM EDT
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re: CICC talk: Graphene could succeed CMOS
p_g   9/17/2011 3:18:32 AM
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Interesting that we will be at 7nm by 2024. What fascinates me most is that we are following Moore law till the physical limitation of semiconductor. Carbon nanotube/graphene switches, don't know which one will be the next technology but curiously watching it.

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