GUEST: Over the past several years there has been continuous speculation that Moore’s Law is about to come to an end. The doomsayers believe we are about to reach an impenetrable wall. But this isn’t the end of the line. Moore’s Law was never really about just transistor counts and nanometers. It was about what the […]
For as long or longer than most of us can remember, progress in computing has been measured against Moore's Law, and we have benefited from the massive resulting explosion in devices and applications. With the law about to reach 50,...
The end of Moore’s Law doesn’t mean the end of progress. What we will see though is a shift in emphasis from the microchip to the system as a whole.
Moore's Law is dead. Moore's Law is very much alive. As the nature of computing has changed over the past 50 years, the promises and potential of the semiconductor industry have changed as well.