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Moore’s Law Will Be No More?

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The myth of Moore’s law arguably gets an established dissension as Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) recent report reckons a dramatic end for transistors by 2021.  With the given drive of digital transformation, emerging demand of computing and cloud may further justify the statements.

 According to the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS), recently released by the SIA, defines 2021 will be the year that it will no longer be feasible to continue shrinking transistors for use in microprocessors.

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