What is Moore’s Law and Why Does it Matter?

If you don’t yet know what is Moore’s Law, it is the observation that in computing hardware history the parts on all circuits are integrated are going to double every two years. Often the period referred, erroneously, to is 18 months because of a statement made by David House, an Intel executive. What House was referring to is chip performance doubling. The man who created Moore’s Laws was Gordon Moore who made the declaration in a 1985 paper. Moore’s Law in Detail According to Moore’s paper, the components in computer…

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