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Beyond Moore’s law

What is Moore’s law, you ask? Well, Moore’s law states that the number of transistors on a chip doubles every two years. What is the relation between Moore’s law and the cost of a chip? Well, the Economist contends that even after Moore’s law ends, chip costs could still halve every few years.  That crucial features within transistors are approaching the size of atoms, is a given. This article expounds on Moore’s law and why some people think it’s coming to an end…

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