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June 14th, 2007
Maintaining Moore’s Law
One particular focus, Scalise notes, is the drive toward developing workable nanotechnology concepts.
"Nanotechnology will get implemented in two time frames," says Scalise. "As we go down through the final stages of scaling, the first implementation of nanotechnology will unfold - deposition methodologies and things of that nature. Later, we'll get into device structures and so on. That will be the second phase and will be the real nanotechnology going forward."
In the end, Moore's Law is hopefully preserved and the semiconductor industry remains as vital and strong as it ever has, Scalise concludes.
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