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DRAM refresher: Problems the technology is set to encounter

Ten years after being asked to pen a short article on trends for the magazine Electronics in 1965, Intel's Gordon Moore was invited to the International Electron Device Meeting (IEDM) to provide an update. His expansion of the original article, in effect, became the core of 'Moore's Law', as circuit design researcher Carver Mead later tagged it.

Flash remains undisputed non volatile memory leader

If you were to draw up a list of properties for the ideal non-volatile memory, you probably would not start with those associated with flash. Flash is power-hungry, particularly when it comes to writes; it wears out; it's hard to integrate with logic circuitry; and you cannot erase and rewrite a single bit at a time.

Multicore processors: Some of the technical issues

When, in the mid 1960s, founder Gordon Moore noticed how quickly transistors were shrinking on silicon wafers, he concentrated purely on how much space circuits would take up over time. A few corrections ensued as the frenetic pace of development of the early 1970s settled down to the long term trend: a doubling in functional density every two years.

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