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The many lives of Moore's law

The many lives of Moore's law

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This article deals with the mythology that surrounds the law driving the semiconductor industry. Device scaling on its own is not enough to drive a doubling in chip capacity. For most chipmakers, the rise in on-chip memory has provided a way of increasing capacity beyond what is supported by linear scaling. The manufacturers have been subtly altering SRAM cells to improve their density.

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