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Intel: Moore's law to continue for next 15 years

Posted on Tuesday, August 19 2008 @ 22:59:22 CEST by

PC Perspective has some live coverage of Intel's IDF.
Well, this is new. For the first time at PC Perspective we are going to try a new way of covering tech events – live. Though I feel somewhat dirty using the trendy, Web 2.0 term, the best way to describe what we are doing as “live blogging”. What does that entail? I sit in a conference hall or press meeting and listen to technical and executives at Intel and post up notes, information, pictures and more live as it happens so you get the news in as close to real time as possible.

Using the module you see below, you will not have to reload our page over and over to get the updates as I input them – they will be pushed automatically to your browser. After the event is over, the notes and information will continue to be available here on this page just as normal PC Perspective article.
Here are some interesting quotes made by Craig Barrett:
  • Intel projects Moore's law to continue for the next 15 years or so.
  • Intel built a the first Teraflop computer with 10,000 Pentium processors about 10 years ago - hard to imagine you can get so much more than that on single GPUs today.



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