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Definitions of MOORE'S LAW
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Stated by Gordon Moore, a co-founder of computer chip maker Intel and its former chairman in 1965. Moore predicted that the transistor total on a given-sized silicon chip will double every 18 months. Proving to be amazingly accurate over the years, it also speaks to the same growth in processing power.
By Henry Campbell Black