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A visual look at the advancement of Moore's Law

Posted on Wednesday, July 20 2016 @ 14:04:57 CEST by

Here's a graph that shows the number of transistors in a processor since the 1970s. Moore's Law is named after a forecast of Intel co-founder Gordon Moore about how fast the transistor count of integrated circuits would double. Moore's initial forecast was made in the 1965, when he predicted the number of transistors on a chip would double every year for at least another decade.

In 1975, he updated the forecast to doubling every two years and since that date the chip industry hardly missed a beat. In recent years, the rate of advancement has dropped as technical challenges became harder. Last year, Moore predicted that Moore's law will likely be a thing of the past in the next decade or so.

Moores Law

Via: Max Roser



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