Moore’s Law May Not Be Dead, After All – Single User
Moore’s Law, often said to have died, continues to provide the economies that have kept the chip market growing for the past five decades. This two-page Brief shows that today’s chips still follow the trend that Gordon Moore first noted in 1965. This is a single-user license.
For years semiconductor makers and investors have worried that Moore’s Law will end. Although it is not difficult to find proponents of this argument today, this Objective Analysis Brief provides evidence that the venerable phenomenon not only is still moving forward, but that it has, in some cases, been moving faster than it has in the past.
This 2-page Brief provides graphic evidence that Moore’s Law is indeed alive and well.
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