Following up on the news today about Intel using metal to offset sub-threshold leakage, here’s a story by Intel Fellow Shekhar Borkar about why the real challenge to keeping up Moore’s law isn’t transistor size, it’s power, heat and sub-threshold leakage. Apparently we’re looking at having to pour in more and more electricity, and your CPU will soon be hot enough to heat your house.
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