Moore’s Law is the golden rule in computing: The number of transistors on a microchip can be expected to double every two years, while the cost of computers is cut in half. This basically means we’ll have more speed, at less cost, over time.
Experts agree that computers should reach the physical limits of Moore’s Law at some point in the 2020s. The high temperatures of transistors eventually would make it impossible to create smaller circuits.
Find out more about this next generation of chip technology that is taking Moore’s Law to a new level on this episode of Seeker’s Focal Point.