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January 27th, 2003
More Trouble Ahead for Moore's Law?
"The narrower the wire, the longer it takes a signal to propagate along it, and each new generation of chips only makes matters worse," said IEEE spokesperson Nancy Hantman. "It's the semiconductor industry's dirty little secret."
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