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August 28th, 2004

Intel CTO: Israel is key to our R&D

Abstract:
It is August 29, 2008. Your earring is ringing. Grandma - who suffers from Alzheimer's - is on the line telling you how the bedroom wall reminded her of her name, which she had recently forgotten, and that she was supposed to call you now. You are so excited your pulse and blood pressure rise. Not a few seconds pass before you hear call-waiting beeping in your earring. Now your doctor is on the line, saying implanted sensors detected unusual excitement and asking if everything is all right. This is just one possible scenario from the not-too-distant future thanks to recent research by Intel Corporation Chief Technology Officer Pat Gelsinger, the man in charge of an annual development budget of $4-5 billion. Gelsinger thinks the law (Moore's Law) will continue to be true at least through 2010 when nanotechnology will make 10 billion transistors per chip able to process data at speds of 30 gigahertz.

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