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Moore’s Law: Fun Facts
Moore’s Law: Fun FactsAccording to Moore’s Law, the number of transistors on a chip roughly doubles every two years. As a result, the scale gets smaller, and transistor count increases at a regular pace to provide improvements in integrated circuit functionality and performance while decreasing costs.Intel made a radical change in its transistor design in 2011, and then the world’s first 22nm 3-D tri-gate silicon transistors entered high-volume production in 2012.Intel 22nm 3-D transistors will deliver an unprecedented combination of performance and energy efficiency in a whole range of computers, from servers to desktops, and from laptops to handheld devices.Enjoy these facts illustrating the change in transistor size and structure, that are delivering the benefits of Moore’s Law to you.Read the full Moore’s Law Factsheet.
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