Previously AMD said they thought they saw the end of Moore’s law.
AMD claims that the delay in transitioning from 28nm to 20nm highlights the beginning of the end for Moore’s Law. John Gustafson, chief graphics product architect at AMD, has said that Moore’s Law is ending because it actually refers to a doubling of transistors that are economically viable to produce.
Taiwan Semiconductor CEO says it looks like we have another seven to eight years ahead in advances — maybe more — we can see in technology down to 10 and even 7 nm.
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