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Moore's Law


'The amount of information storable on a given amount of silicon has roughly doubled every year since the technology was invented.' First uttered in 1964 by semiconductor engineer Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel in 1968, this held until the late 1970s, at which point the doubling period slowed to 18 months, however, as at the New Millenium, Moore's Law is again true.

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