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Intel's Bohr sees at least 10 more years of scaling

9/13/2012 04:53 AM EDT
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re: Intel's Bohr sees at least 10 more years of scaling
PV-Geek   9/13/2012 9:44:48 PM
Neal is proabably right about the continuation of Moore's law for scaling for the next 10 years, but there are at least two other Moore's law trends that we can expect over those same 10 years. First the cost of these processes will continue to rise by Moore's law. Second, the number of players that can afford it and have a high enough volume of chips to justify it will probably decrease by Moore's law.

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