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Moore's Law in comparison with the evolution of processors

1965, by Gordon Moore predicted that the number of transistors per unit area in a central processor would double every year and that this trend will continue for the next two decades. Later, 1975, amended this provision by saying that the rate would fall and that the transistor will no longer be doubled every 12 months, but about every 24 months. This forecast was as accurate, named “Moore's Law”. However, in 2007, Moore set a due date: "My prediction is fulfilled will stop within the next 10-15 years", He said during a conference, however he said, that a new technology will come to replace the current.

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