Moore's Law Has No End in Sight

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Jacob
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Jacob   9/13/2014 4:57:27 AM
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"May be somebody should send this to Semiwiki where bloggers claim Moore's law will end. I think EBN publishes better blogs or has better contributors than Semiwiki. Here the community talks about progress rather than demise. Very good progress. I am very optimist about this industry....I do not see any demise of Moore's law...neither did I believe it on economics side and nor do I believe physics would end it. Thanks for the post."

Apek, am a regular reader for EBN from its initial stage, 2010. I never felt that we are discussing either about demise or progress. Rather we are trying to discuss about the pros and cons; that's more important for the industry. Technology can change or fade out any moment.

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Moor's Law has to end
Jacob   9/13/2014 4:52:53 AM
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"According to Taylor, GaAs, as opposed to silicon, will boost electrical transistor performance while integrating optical circuitry capabilities. These qualities enable both higher performance and novel IC architectures, thereby extending Moore's Law indefinitely."

Coolin, an scientific support for this findings. If yes then it's going to bring drastic change in process developments.

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apek   9/12/2014 11:46:14 PM
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May be somebody should send this to Semiwiki where bloggers claim Moore's law will end. I think EBN publishes better blogs or has better contributors than Semiwiki. Here the community talks about progress rather than demise. Very good progress. I am very optimist about this industry....I do not see any demise of Moore's law...neither did I believe it on economics side and nor do I believe physics would end it. Thanks for the post.



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