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Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Moore's Law on computer chips marks 40th

"Moore's Law, the guiding principle that has driven the computer chip industry, celebrates its 40th birthday this week.

The 'law' was adopted after Intel co-founder Gordon Moore wrote in a 1965 article that the number of transistors on a chip would double every 24 months.

Chips that can work faster and faster have driven the technological and digital revolution so far.

Dr Moore said that the next 40 years could be 'mind-boggling' and that he wished he could be around to see it."

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