The Moore's Law Moon Shot. Published by MIT

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Terry McCracken
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The Moore's Law Moon Shot. Published by MIT

Post by Terry McCracken » Fri Jul 13, 2012 8:47 pm

The computer industry's future depends on a behind-schedule technology that's proving tough to get working.

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Next generation: A technician at ASML works on a prototype machine for manufacturing computer chips based on extreme ultraviolet technology, a process that promises to keep chip components shrinking as they have for decades.
ASML

http://www.technologyreview.com/news/42 ... moon-shot/
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Re: The Moore's Law Moon Shot. Published by MIT

Post by marcelk » Fri Jul 13, 2012 9:11 pm

Terry McCracken wrote:The computer industry's future depends on a behind-schedule technology that's proving tough to get working.

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Next generation: A technician at ASML works on a prototype machine for manufacturing computer chips based on extreme ultraviolet technology, a process that promises to keep chip components shrinking as they have for decades.
ASML

http://www.technologyreview.com/news/42 ... moon-shot/
That pictured system is an oldie though :-)

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Re: The Moore's Law Moon Shot. Published by MIT

Post by Rein Halbersma » Fri Jul 13, 2012 9:19 pm

marcelk wrote:
Terry McCracken wrote:The computer industry's future depends on a behind-schedule technology that's proving tough to get working.

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Next generation: A technician at ASML works on a prototype machine for manufacturing computer chips based on extreme ultraviolet technology, a process that promises to keep chip components shrinking as they have for decades.
ASML

http://www.technologyreview.com/news/42 ... moon-shot/
That pictured system is an oldie though :-)
I thought it was the new 10' (not 10'') iPad being launched ;-)

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