THE TELEGRAPH: How the end of Moore's Law will usher in a new era in computing

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Release date: 6/12/2019

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Prof Stephen Furber was interviewed by the Telegraph. Prof Furber comments on why Moore’s Law no longer applies, as transistors hit their smallest functional size. Prof Furber says transistors below 20nm “cease to get more efficient or more cost-effective as you continue to shrink them”.

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TitleHow the end of Moore's Law will usher in a new era in computing
Media name/outletThe Telegraph
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date6/12/19
DescriptionProf Stephen Furber was interviewed by the Telegraph. Prof Furber comments on why Moore’s Law no longer applies, as transistors hit their smallest functional size. Prof Furber says transistors below 20nm “cease to get more efficient or more cost-effective as you continue to shrink them”.
URLhttps://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2019/12/06/end-moores-law-will-usher-new-era-computing/
PersonsSteve Furber