Intel Announces 65nm Breakthrough

Date 8-Sep-2004 22:54:30
Topic: Hardware News

"Intel claims to have achieved a significant milestone in developing next-generation chip manufacturing technology. In what is proving to be a self-fullfilling prophecy, Intel has managed to shrink transistors enough so that chips can have more of them. It was Intel's founder, Gordon Moore, who, in 1965, claimed that the number of transistors on a chip would roughly double every two years. This prediction has come to be known as Moore's law and this latest achievement, Intel claims, confirms its founders prediction."

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I suppose IBM is looking towards doing the same.

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