Nanotubes may be silicon's successor, researchers say

02/19/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Carbon nanotubes could replace silicon-based chips in the next decade because they use less energy and are faster, Stanford researchers say. "The bottom line is you can expect an order of magnitude in power saving at the system level," said Subhasish Mitra of Stanford who also is a director at Robust Systems Group.

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