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Wanted: Moore's Law for Another 40 Years

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Uploaded on Nov 12, 2007

When you fight the law, you'll usually lose... at least that's what happens when you fight Moore's Law, an industry axiom that states that the number of transistors on a chip will roughly double approximately every two years. This video, set to the tune of "I Fought the Law" originally recorded by Sonny Curtis and The Crickets, looks back at how many have long predicted the end to Moore's Law and how it continues to prevail as Intel releases its first 45nm chips based on its reinvented transistors with new Hafnium-based high-k and metal materials. Long live Moore's Law!

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