The end of Moore's Law is nearing, Broadcom CTO predicts

05/23/2013 | EE Times

In the near future, technologists won't be able to scale complementary metal-oxide semiconductor transistors, and the inexorable progress of Moore's Law will finally come to an end, predicts Henry Samueli, chief technology officer of Broadcom. "Moore's Law is coming to an end -- in the next decade it will pretty much come to an end so we have 15 years or so. Standard CMOS silicon transistors will stop scaling around 5 nanometers and everything will plateau," he said.

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