Moore's Law can't help us now - big data processing and the drain on energy supplies

John Leonard
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Data volumes are "sky-rocketing" as Moore's Law efficiencies are flatlining, says EPFL's Babak Falsafi

The volume of data passing through data centres is ballooning. According to some estimates, 100 times more data will be processed in 2020 than in 2010. This growth far outstrips the rate at which IT is...

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