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Hrach_Techie
Posted: Dec 8 2005, 14:07

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Intel Eyes Future Transistor

The chip giant wants to use new materials for building chips that would boost processing speed by 50 percent.
December 6, 2005
Intel said Tuesday it’s developing a transistor technology that could increase processing speed by 50 percent while using one-tenth the power needed by transistors in an Intel chip on the market today.

The chip, which would use new materials allowing electronics to travel faster through transistors, may become the foundation for chips a decade from now, the world’s largest chip maker said. The company plans to detail its research in a conference in Washington, D.C., Wednesday.

Researchers at the chip giant and QinetiQ, based in the United Kingdom, have worked about three years on the project to create a prototype transistor that would improve chip performance while using less energy.

“We are excited about the result,” said Rob Willoner, technology analyst at Intel’s technology and manufacturing group. “People have insatiable appetite for more performance. And the power reduction is also really significant.”

http://www.redherring.com/Article.aspx?a=1...ector=Computing

шотландскоё пифиё не верно наколдовало вышло всех обмануло ))

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Hrach_Techie
  Posted: Jan 26 2006, 11:55

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Intel Demos 45nm SRAM

By Jessica Davis -- Electronic News, 1/25/2006

With 65 nanometer volume production just recently underway, Intel today has announced that it has achieved a significant milestone in the race to the 45nm process.

The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chip giant said it is the first company that has demonstrated a fully functional 45nm SRAM chip with more than a billion transistors.

http://www.reed-electronics.com/electronic...&rid=1421989337

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stranger
Posted: Jan 26 2006, 22:47

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Yeah, the technology is growing very fast, seems it's faster than the Moor's law :-)
 
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Dream_InspectoR
Posted: Jan 27 2006, 11:59

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Никогда не говори ГОП пока не перепрыгнешь. За последний год частота процессоров ни фига в 2 раза не выросла.. Как впрочем и производительность.

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stranger
Posted: Jan 27 2006, 12:42

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But the Moor's law consider the number of transistors on the chip and the 45 nm technology enable chips containing billion transistors.
 
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Posted: Jan 27 2006, 13:46

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Разночтения закона налицо smile.gif

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