Moore's Law is no longer a savior in IT spending

04/19/2012 | Wall Street & Technology

Moore's Law -- that the number of transistors that can be placed on an integrated circuit doubles every two years, thereby lowering costs -- is being overwhelmed by the burgeoning demand for computing power. Financial firms, in the midst of big data, are about to get hit by surging IT costs.

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