Mapping the end of Moore’s Law
Moore’s law is a rule of thumb in the history of computing hardware whereby the number of transistors that can be placed inexpensively on an integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years.
IBM Research – Almaden physicist Andreas Heinrich explains the industry-wide need to examine the future of storage at the atomic scale and how he and his teammates started with 1 atom and a scanning tunneling microscope and eventually succeeded in storing one bit of magnetic information reliably in 12 atoms.
SEEING THE END TO MOORE’S LAW FEATURED GRAPHIC
Opening the Door to the Singularity
Source: Moore’s Law GraphicWikipedia
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