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However, you may get the impression that we are approaching the limits of physics and at some point the Moore’s Law may end. Take, for example, the most recent achievement, the invention of 3D transistors on Intel’s breakthrough 22 nm process.

Intel believes that the world needs Moore’s Law to continue its evolution and Intel is committed to make this happen. And they do not stop working on even more progressive technologies. They are already well into development of 14 nm and are beginning to build and tool their factories to support it. Intel’s architecture is the engine behind Moore’s Law that drives the innovation. They have created one of the largest innovative communities in the industry. Over 14 million developers enabled over 6 million applications and the results are astounding:

So what’s coming next? Let’s take a look where Intel sees evolution of computing is headed today.

As Paul Otellini described, computing had become more diversified. It enabled three essential capabilities:

Let’s talk a little bit more about each of them.

 
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