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Western Digital Blog – 2.24.21 (2.23.21)

The assumption that every technology will continue to get faster and better has become second nature much in thanks to Moore’s Law. As Moore’s Law predicted, the number of transistors on an integrated circuit have doubled at a steady pace since 1965 (initially every year, later adjusted to roughly every two), bringing exponential increases to computing power. For more than half a century Moore’s Law held true with stunning precision, helping turn brick-sized telephones into handheld supercomputers.

Source: What Happens After Moore’s Law? – Western Digital Corporate Blog

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