Intel is keeping Moore's Law alive by making bigger improvements less often – Ars Technica


Ars Technica

Intel is keeping Moore's Law alive by making bigger improvements less often
Ars Technica
Gordon Moore's original graph, showing projected transistor counts, long before the term "Moore's law" was coined. Moore's original observation was that transistor density doubled every year; in 1975, this was revised to doubling every two years. Intel.
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