Hot Chips: Why breaking Moore's Law could be a good thing

08/27/2013 | Computerworld · Register (U.K.), The

The forthcoming breakdown in the progress of Moore's Law may come in seven years, but that signal event should usher in a new era of microprocessor architecture, Robert Colwell of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency said at the Hot Chips conference. Economic factors, more than physics, will stop the idea first expressed by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore in 1965, Colwell predicts.

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