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2015-04-21 Moore's law heads toward uncertain future
Although Moore's law has guided the electronics industry, it has begun to fail in many aspects, the most pronounced being clock speed that has been pegged at 3GHz max since about 2004.
2005-03-14 Intel's Moore echoes competitiveness concerns
Echoing growing concerns about U.S. competitiveness, Intel Corp. co-founder Gordon Moore warned that the U.S. must boost spending on basic research and education in order to maintain global competitiveness
2013-03-11 Wright's law trumps Moore's in long-term tech predictions
Moore's Law has competition from other predictions, some of which are more accurate for long-term and others better in short term, according to MIT researchers.
2015-05-22 Why Moore's Law is nowhere near ready to meet its maker
In 2003, Intel predicted an end to Moore's Law shortly after hitting the anticipated 16nm node, but today it seems we're on track for 10nm fairly soon with 7nm not far off.
2014-03-06 Viewpoint: FD-SOI supports Moore's Law
STMicroelectronics' Laurent Remont believes that when it comes to price, power, and performance, fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator comes into its own as a viable option in the journey towards 10nm process technology.
2003-06-16 Using FPGAs to break Moore's Law in signal processing
The key to successfully taking advantage of the full capabilities of FPGA-based DSP systems is in software - both for developing the underlying DSP algorithms and in the embedded software that runs on the final system.
2015-06-19 Uncovering the economic and social impact of Moore's Law
Gordon Moore's prediction for the pace of semiconductor technology advances has set the stage for global technology innovation for 50 years, and has changed the world as we know it
2013-05-28 The era of Moore's law winding down, says Broadcom's CTO
Henry Samueli, Broadcom's chief technology officer, believes that once Moore's Law ends, standard CMOS silicon transistors will stop scaling around 5 nm and everything will plateau.
2005-04-12 Taiwan IDF highlights Moore's Law
Like previous Intel Developer Forums (IDFs), the keyword for this year's IDF is innovation. However, what makes this year's event more special is the 40th anniversary of Moore's Law.
2014-09-17 Squeezing in Moore: Steppers for 10nm, EUV for 7nm
Considering the slow progress of EUV systems, manufacturers may have to make do with immersion steppers to fabricate 10nm chips, but once ready, EUV can be used for 7nm chip production.
2008-08-18 Spectacular advances brought by Moore's Law
We electronics engineers have made it much easier than those in other engineering disciplines. Thanks to Moore's Law, which should be actually be called Moore's Conjecture, that we have benefited from its incredible advances in our basic components and tools over the last 50 years.
2006-01-13 Solar vendors move towards Moore's Law
Photovoltaic suppliers are not exactly moving at the pace of Moore's Law, but they are working hard to boost the efficiency of their products while also bringing down the overall costs.
2013-11-29 Shrinkage rate in NAND flash exceeds Moore's Law
Though a place remains for spinning-disc media and DRAM, NAND flash memory is assuming an increasingly important role, not just in storage, but also in embedded systems.
2015-10-20 Shanghai opens incubator for More-than-Moore devices
SITRI's goal is to go beyond the process-node driven CMOS technologies that have defined the IC industry for decades and helped propel PC and smartphone market growth.
2008-02-01 Saving Moore's Law and reinventing transistors
Intel CEO Paul Otellini talks about surprising performance-per-watt gains from its hafnium transistors, the future of mobile and ultra-mobile devices and of course, all the big issues that affect Intel's channel.
2005-05-23 Rhines: Innovations will decrease cost-per-function post-Moore's Law
The cost-per-function of ICs will continue to decline long after Moore's Law is obsolete, thanks to various future design and fabrication innovations, Mentor Graphics Corp. Chairman and CEO Walden Rhines said.
2005-03-01 RF ICs: Moore's Law on steroids
After a long period of dormancy, Moore's Law is taking hold of the wireless chip market.
2014-12-15 Probing the macroeconomics side of Moore's Law
The author believes that the entire economic structure that was supposed to lead to next-generation manufacturing technologies like 450mm wafers and EUV lithography is on the verge of coming apart.
2004-03-02 Pentagon nets chief says Moore's Law applies to warfare
New Defense Department information networks, like Global Information Grid-Bandwith Extension, and the Transformational Satellite program, give an advantage of several hundred times to offensive forces over defensive forces, Assistant Secretary of Defense John Stenbit said at an Optical Fiber Communication conference plenary session on Tuesday (February 24, 2004).
2015-10-09 Organic electronics to push Moore's Law beyond 7nm
TU Dresden expressed its commitment to the gamble, going "all in" for using organic devices with government funding of $38 million through 2017, and is teaming up with 11 institutions on the initiative.
2012-10-12 Opinion: Saving Moore's Law
With Moore's law losing steam in a big way, manufacturing process technology developers need to make a series of changes at a given node.
2005-12-01 New mem compilers keep Moore's Law alive
Memory compilers provide accurate estimation of area, performance, timing and power consumption for thousands of memory configurations.
2002-09-13 Nanotechnology seen to extend Moore's Law
Intel will extend Moore's Law well into the future through advances in silicon nanotechnology.
2013-12-17 Moore's Law may not be a dead end after all
Henry Samueli, co-founder of Broadcom, said that on a positive note, the looming certainty of Moore's Law could push companies such as Broadcom to be more clever about design possibilities.
2014-08-14 Moore's Law gets new lease on life
The semiconductor industry realised that energy-efficiency can be improved a bit, but instead of traditional scaling one must rely on new, clever tricks, including micro-architectural restructuring.
2016-04-07 Moore's Law extended: Intel roadmap reveals CMOS at its core
Intel's future processors at 10nm and beyond will continue to use CMOS, but the cores will be surrounded by novel circuit architectures using new materials that may extend Moore's Law indefinitely.
2006-11-16 Moore's Law chase ends in 'tech overshoot'
The private-equity buyout movement is just one sign of a tectonic shift in the semiconductor industry as businesses that have chased Moore's Law now grapple with "technology overshoot," according to two Harvard professors.
2015-04-22 Moore's law and 5G: Out with old, in with the new?
In order for 5G to happen, there needs to be a collective effort to shy away from 20nm CMOS and Moore's law and look toward next generation technology for increased speed and lower power.
2007-09-21 Moore musings: The man behind the law speaks
On the day billed by Intel Corp. as the 50th anniversary of the IC, Gordon Moore took to the stage at the Intel Developer Forum and reflected on everything from cubicles to ecology
2015-05-04 MEMS looks for its Moore's Law
MEMS provide an alternative route to scaling technology beyond Moore's Law that could have advantages in markets such as the Internet of Things.
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