Moore’s Law Isn’t History – Yet

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IBM’s Fingernail-Sized Semiconductors Pack in 30 Billion Switches

And breathe new life into Moore’s Law.

IBM has announced the development of a new transistor which will allow for the creation for chips a mere 5 nanometers in size. Along with research partners GlobalFoundries and Samsung, the computer giant has created a chip which would allow for 30 billion switches, essentially the on-off switches of electronic devices, on the surface of a fingernail.

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