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greenpattern   10/30/2010 8:29:24 AM
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Interestingly they chose to go smaller not 3DIC.

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resistion   10/30/2010 7:01:54 AM
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10 nm wide makes a really resistive conductor or a really leaky dielectric.

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Luis Sanchez   10/30/2010 1:04:38 AM
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I just checked the wiki.. article on Moores law and according with a graphic the 10nm will be the frontier. I kind of doubt that. The article also says that this law appears to be a self-fulfilling prediction... so not only will the Moore's law itself be proved beyond 2015 but also that some "laws" are actually man imposed "rules"... it's great to be living in the computing adolescence era!

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yalanand   10/29/2010 6:00:43 PM
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Leading companies join hands together to develop 10-nm chip technologies is really great news for semiconductor industry. What do you think will it go below 10nm or will it be the last milestone ?

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Silicon_Smith   10/29/2010 5:14:31 PM
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It would be an interesting development, if true. The report mentions inviting other top 10 semiconductor players and hitting the 10 nm by 2016.

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