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The Myths and Marketing of Moore’s Law

Moore’s Law won’t end. Even when it ends it won’t end.

The Law follows that more components can be crammed into an integrated circuit with developments in technology over time. 288 more words

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Kt Kingtronics Focus on Aluminum Elec. Capacitors and Semiconductors

Kingtronics produce two kinds of electronics components.

Passive compennts like Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors(Snap-in, SMD, Radial Type) and other capacitors.

Strong products of Kt Kingtronics Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: 79 more words

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Nevermind Moore's Law: Transistors Just Got A Whole Lot Smaller

IN BRIEF
  • Researchers have successfully created a transistor 50,000 times smaller than a strand of hair.
  • Surging past Moore’s Law, these transistors could be an exponential leap forward in computing capabilities.
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TECHNOLOGY

Life After Silicon: The Age of the Cup-holder

Life After Silicon:

The Age of the Cup-holder

By Shlomo Maital

   Most of us are blithely unaware of how much we owe to a law – Moore’s Law, named after Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, which says in simple language that every 12 months or so, the number of transistors in a given area doubles. 553 more words

Innovation Blog

THE TRANSISTOR EXPLAINED BY ARDUINOPAK

The Transistor is a semiconductor device which is sued to switch electronic signals and electrical power. It has a semiconductor material that consists of usually three terminals for connection to an external circuit.
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Transistors

According to Moore’s Law; due to the technoTransistors get 2x smaller about every 2 years. This means, can fit twice as many transistors per chip.

Computer History

Carbon nanotube breakthrough

Researchers demonstrate carbon nanotube transistors that outperform silicon equivalents for first time; achieved 1.9x higher current; the milestone will have repercussions for the nanotechnology industry.

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