The End of More — The Death of Moore’s Law

  • Moore’s Law — the doubling of every two years of how many transistors can fit on a chip — has ended
  • Innovation will continue in new computer architectures, chip packaging, interconnects, and memory
  • 5G networks will move more high-performance consumer computing needs seamlessly to the cloud
  • New applications and hardware other than CPU speed (5G networks, displays, sensors) will now drive sales of consumer devices
  • New winners and losers will emerge in consumer devices and chip suppliers

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