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Or_Bach
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re: Overcoming the embedded CPU performance wall
Or_Bach   3/8/2013 11:07:16 PM
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The statement "Using 3-D transistors instead of the previous planar structure transistors, pipeline stages can be vertically stacked on top of each other, effectively reducing the distance between blocks and eliminating wire delay effects." is correct in respect to the advantage associated with monolithic 3D technology, but it has nothing to do with the Fin-FET transistor also known as 3-D transistor. You can find more information in "MonolithIC3D.com" web site



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