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Intel Corporation Message Board

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Apr 7, 2013 7:03 PM Flag

    The End of Moore's Law (for ARM and AMD)

    The company's Chief Product Architect John Gustafson believes AMD's difficulties in transitioning from 28-nanometer chips to 20-nanometer silicon shows we've reached the beginning of the end.

    "You can see how Moore's Law is slowing down," Gustafson recently told the Inquirer. "We've been waiting for that transition from 28nm to 20nm to happen and it's taking longer than Moore's Law would have predicted...I'm saying you are seeing the beginning of the end of Moore's law." A processor's nanometer measurement tells you the size of the smallest transistors on a given chip.

    From PCWorld

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