Tag Archives: Moore’s Law

The Future of Process Technology

  By Sanjay Natarajan, Vice President, Technology & Manufacturing Group and Director, Process Technology Integration         And Mark Bohr, Intel Senior Fellow, Technology & Manufacturing Group, Director, Process Architecture and Integration     Lately, we often get … Read more >

A High-Five For High-K Reinvented Transistors

Today marks a major milestone: the one-year anniversary of shipping the world’s first ever Intel processors manufactured on our 45 nanometer process–based on an entirely new ‘high-k metal gate’ transistor formula. And what a year it has been for this … Read more >

Intel Co-Founder Gordon Moore Receives IEEE Medal of Honor

On September 20 Gordon Moore was awarded the IEEE Medal of Honor, the Institute’s highest award, in a ceremony in Quebec City, Canada. He is being recognized for his contributions to the advancement of semiconductor technology, both as an engineer … Read more >

Moore’s Law in the palm of your hand

We took the silicon core of an Intel Core 2 Duo microprocessor, a camera and a microphone to the Las Vegas Strip here at CES 2008… and asked people ‘What is this thing?” See the reactions for yourself. For those … Read more >

Mind Spin Live with Intel’s Top Tech Fellows

The title of Intel Fellow is bestowed upon a select few. These technologists are chosen for their major accomplishments and dedication to pushing the limits of what’s possible. See these top minds get together and share stories, challenges and ambitions … Read more >

Moore’s Law Speaks Live To You

The man. The law. Get both and a peek “Behind the Ubiquitous Microprocessor” as Intel co-founder Dr. Gordon Moore joins the Intel Developer Forum in a talk with Dr. Moira Gunn, host of NPR’s “Tech Nation” and “BioTech Nation.” Sure … Read more >

UPDATED: 45 days and counting… to the magic of 45nm Hafnium

See NEW video at the end of this post. 45 is an important number. In 45 BC Julius Caesar won a victory over the armies of Pompey and proclaimed himself the sole ruler of Rome. Some 2000 years later, in … Read more >