However, shrinking manufacturing beyond this will require the use of different materials, which means that sooner or later, Moore's law
will become obsolete.
Do you think Moore's Law
has been slowed down because of the physical limitations to increasing the number of transistors per chip?
We have accomplished nothing less than amazing results, all in the pursuit of keeping up with Moore's Law
and all it represents.
Even Moore's Law
, it seems, is subject to the Law of Diminishing Returns.
This change in the basic structure is a truly revolutionary approach, and one that should allow Moore's Law
, and the historic pace of innovation, to continue.
But eventually physics was going to catch up with Moore's law
But, if AMD haven't got Moore's law
either, what future does technology have?
Now, Moore's Law
has mainly been used to highlight the rapid change in commercial information processing technologies.
and Gilder's Law taken together show that general-purpose processors cannot handle future demands for TCP/IP packet processing.
Using Moore's Law
(Intel co-founder Gordon Moore's prognostication that the computing speed of microprocessors doubles every 18 months), I can predict with reasonable certainty how many transistors we'll have on a chip in the next 20 years,'' said William Wulf, head of the National Academy of Engineers.
The transition to 3-D Tri-Gate transistors sustains the pace of technology advancement, fueling Moore's Law
for years to come.
Strongest '15 sector growth opportunities lie in sensors technology, Big Data applications and medical end market; longer term, executives cite robotics, biometrics, autotech as most important drivers; Moore's Law