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February 13th, 2004

Chips the rage at two SF conferences next week

Abstract:
The International Solid State Circuits Conference, the granddaddy of semiconductor research conferences, and the semiannual Intel Developer Forum will both take place during the week of Feb. 15 in roughly the same location. In nanotechnology, Toshiba will demonstrate how silicon nanowires can be used for encryption purposes. Intel, however, also discusses inventions, such as sensor networks and carbon nanotubes, that might not appear for a decade.

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