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November 26, 2001 Intel Looks at TeraHertz MP3

Intel Logo 2001 - One problem with technology is that you hit limitations, mostly due to materials used or how small machines can make parts like transistors. For instance, today’s multi-core x86 processors will eventually be replaced because we won’t be able to put anymore transistors on the die – It’s called “Moores Law“. Intel and AMD work hard to get around this law – whi... Source: dayintechhistory.com

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