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The end of Moore's Law is on the horizon, says AMD

Ian Paul | April 4, 2013
Moore's Law has helped computers double in power every two years for decades. AMD says those days are coming to an end.

So if we are seeing the end of Moore's Law, what's next for computers? Kaku suggested a few interesting possibilities such as molecular transistors or, much further down the road, quantum computers. Until then, Intel, AMD, and other chip makers will continue to squeeze every last ounce of speed and power they can from silicon designs.


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