Moore's law reaching the end of the road, says ARM CEO Warren East

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New materials and architectures required for the new devices of the 21st century

Moore's law – that the number of transistors on integrated circuits doubles approximately every two years – is nearing the end of the road, according to ARM CEO Warren East, as gains from transistor scaling...

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