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August 3rd, 2006

Nick Flaherty talks to Gordon Moore

Abstract:
Q: What is the potential for new technologies such as nanotechnology over the next 40 years

Iím a sceptic on that. The IC technology is the result of the cumulative investment in research and development of over $100bn and something to replace it has to spring almost full blown. Now, nanotechnology has many applications but I'm sceptical it will replace ICs in the mainstream industry. When you look at it, we are already operating well below 100nm so standard silicon technology has become nanotechnoloy in that respect but the idea of building up something atom by atom comes from a different direction.

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