Moore's law

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Prediction that the number of transistors (hence the processing power) that can be squeezed onto a silicon chip of a given size will double every 18 months. Stated by Gordon Moore (a cofounder of computer chip maker Intel and its former chairman) in 1965, it has proven to be amazingly accurate over the years.

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Many of my college friends, who mostly all fell for the lure of a woman's touch, were no match for the dreaded college final exams, especially when it came to defining Moore's Law.
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To try and figure out the IT needs of your office you may use the Moore's law to help you figure things out.
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As Moore's law predicted it would, computer technology has progressed with lightning speed, although one wonders how long processing power can continue to double.
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