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resistion
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resistion   12/9/2012 11:36:27 PM
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Glad to see this come out. Thanks.

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VHill79   12/9/2012 7:18:21 PM
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We can add as many cores as we like, but eventually we need a breakthrough in technology where size is no longer the issue. When are we going to follow Moore's law on processor frequency? I'm on Typofile: http://typophile.com/user/204946

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Rkuchibhatla   9/14/2012 4:59:32 PM
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Excellent article. How did BEOL scale with the front end?

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Dick James   9/10/2012 2:48:22 PM
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My typo! I didn't think it would be true silicon carbide.

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AD2010   9/7/2012 7:42:13 PM
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The article says Si:C, which implies Si doped with carbon and not SiC (silicon carbide). Alex and Arabinda

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Dick James   9/7/2012 6:04:28 PM
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E-SiC for NMOS strain? Lots of R&D references but in high-volume that's a first as well!

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