Contract Manufacturer Experts at MiQ Explore the Question: Is Moore’s Law Still Applicable Today?

Moore’s Law is an observation of computing hardware history that focused on the fact that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit doubles roughly every two years. Proposed in a 1965 paper by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, this observation still looks to hold up for a few more years, although it’s relevancy is currently in question. With Intel shrinking its transistor sizes and creating new manufacturing processes, the contract manufacturer experts at MiQ Partners explore the applicability of Moore’s law in the current technological landscape.

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