Moore's Law: Fresh predictions of its demise

04/12/2009 | CNET

Is it time for Moore's Law to be amended? Carl Anderson, a research fellow at IBM, says that only cutting-edge microprocessors will continue to experience exponential growth in the future because day-to-day applications will no longer require the latest and greatest in chip design. What's more, he asserts, the cost of the R&D needed to keep up with Moore's predictions is becoming unfeasible for the typical company. Then again, Anderson isn't the first to predict that the famous predictor was wrong.

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