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New Intel research charts a course to trillion-transistor chip designs by 2030

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Earlier this year, Nvidia’s Jensen Huang declared Moore’s Law dead (again) during a 4000-series launch Q&A session. The prediction echoed similar statements made by Huang during the.
Something to look forward to: Intel submitted several research papers to this year’s International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), highlighting their plans to pursue new 2D transistor materials and 3D packaging solutions. The new information backs CEO Pat Gelsinger’s previous statements regarding Intel’s upcoming microarchitecture design innovations. According to Intel’s Gary Patton, the new advancements will keep Moore’s Law alive and well for the foreseeable future.
Earlier this year, Nvidia’s Jensen Huang declared Moore’s Law dead (again) during a 4000-series launch Q&A session. The prediction echoed similar statements made by Huang during the 2017 Beijing GPU Technology Conference. And much like those times before, Intel isn’t buying what Nvidia’s leather leader is selling.
The company’s 2023 IEDM research submissions highlight several processes, materials, and technologies that could help the semiconductor giant to support their previous statements on delivering chiplet-based trillion transistor processors by 2030.

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