Will cost about the same as 10nm
IBM, GlobalFoundries (GloFo), and Samsung said yesterday that they have found a way to make 5nm transistors, which may well enable them to pack 30 billion switches onto a microprocessor chip.
Old Moore’s almanac
TSMC has said it will prop up Moore's Law and will innovate to keep it going.
It’s just resting
AMD CTO, Mark Papermaster, has told the world+dog that despite claims to the contrary Moore’s Law is not dead, it is getting better, and be going Vroom any day now.
A revel with a cause
The world and its dog knows that Intel is a spent force but now the word on the autobahn is that it’s likely to break into two bits.
Silicon's days could be numbered
Big Blue Researchers have discovered a way to replace silicon semiconductors with carbon nanotube transistors and think that the development will push the industry past Moore's law limits.
Expected to have been dead in ten years
Gordon Moore speaking at an event celebrating 50 years of Moore's Law said he is amazed that it lasted.
For now, not sure after 7nm
Intel expects Moore’s Law will be around for a few more years, but after the semi industry hits 7nm, things could get a little complicated.
Cuts bit size down to 12 atoms
Huge changes in software and microchips needed