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Atomera Hopes to Make Money Solving the Breakdown of Moore’s Law

Startup Atomera has had a rough ride since coming public last year, but it's novel technology to improve semiconductors bears watching. By inserting a film of oxygen atoms in chips during manufacturing, the company promises to improve performance and reduce energy consumption of chips without the tremendous cost needed to move parts to the latest and greatest manufacturing process.
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