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Moore’s Law seen hitting big bump at 14 nm

12/11/2012 05:01 AM EST
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rick merritt
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re: Moore’s Law seen hitting big bump at 14 nm
rick merritt   12/11/2012 3:19:45 PM
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Indeed, Intel's Mark Bohr whom I met and talked with briefly later in the day remains bullish. See http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4403075/IBM--Intel-face-off-in-22-nm-process-at-IEDM

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re: Moore’s Law seen hitting big bump at 14 nm
resistion   12/11/2012 9:54:47 AM
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Upper metal layers should never require EUV or double patterning, so cost increase is exaggerated, obviously by EUV supporters.

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resistion   12/11/2012 9:49:39 AM
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Imec bought EUV tools quite aggressively to get the member interest. But members beginning to understand not worth it.

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elPresidente   12/11/2012 6:38:34 AM
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Moore's law has been predicted to hit a major bump in the road since 500nm. IMEC's R&D funding levels are based on the level of panic that is instilled in the industry. "According to experts", then exclusively citing Chicken Littles from the same outfit, is a journalism joke EE Times (not aimed at you Rick - this is UBM's broad spectrum destruction of what was EET and EDN). If it were Intel or IBM freaking out with a slideshow pitch, or even having one of their people cited in addition to IMEC, we might be justified in taking this R&D panhandling nonsense seriously.

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seaEE   12/11/2012 6:23:11 AM
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Murphy is always two steps behind Moore.

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