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Moore's Law

Moore's law is an observation that Gordon E. Moore made in 1965, saying that the number of transistors of an electronic circuit would double every two years, with the cost halved.
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Zettelkasten, September 02, 2021 (changes)

Notes

  • Moore's law is an observation that Gordon E. Moore made in 1965, saying that the number of transistors of an electronic circuit would double every two years, with the cost halved.

  • Moore's law implies that electronic devices will become more powerful, smaller, faster, and cheaper with time as transistors become more efficient.

  • Moore's law should reach the physical limit at some point in the 2020s. Reference.

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