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October 14th, 2005
Marcus Poulin: We are beginning to near the end of the von Neumann architecture inherent in our contemporary microprocessor designs.
Familiar corporations like Intel and AMD have to resort to strained silicon and unending die-shrinks to engender further performance out of their current biCMOS designs as they are having to deal with heat buildup issues and voltage leakage.
Could it be said that the microelectronics industry is converging to the nanoelectronic realm?
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