Moore's Law lives

@ 2005/11/05
"My intellect tells me that it will end at sometime," said Leonard Kleinrock, professor of computer science at UCLA and creator of the basic principle of packet switching. "The size of an atom, the size of my fingers, and the capability of my eyes will at some point get in the way." .......

"Can the end of Moore's Law really happen?" said Robert Lucky, Marconi Society chairman and former director of Bell Laboratories. "We all live off this trillion-dollar industry, so what would happen to the industry if it ended? We all demand more. Whether that means going to carbons nanotubes or 3D, I don't know."

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