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January 16th, 2007
Can HP fool Moore's Law?
Researchers from HP Labs plan to publish a paper this month that outlines how it may become possible to substantially increase the performance of certain types of chips, and reduce their power consumption, by replacing the communication wires inside chips with an overhead grid of tiny nanowires.
The architectural concept could prove a novel way to help tackle one of the major problems facing semiconductor designers--how to continue to shrink chips and the components inside chips.
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