Intel says Moore’s Law isn’t dead yet - VentureBeat | The MarTech Digest |
The economics of Moore’s Law for Intel are solid. Investors can breathe a sigh of relief.

That’s the word from Bill Holt, executive vice president of technology and manufacturing at the world’s biggest chip maker, speaking at the Intel investor day at the company’s headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif.

On 14-nanometer production, yields have been difficult and are behind where Intel wanted to be, Holt said. But yields are improving. Cost per transistor is difficult to maintain at a constant level, but progress is promising. Intel is ahead of competition such as Samsung or TSMC, Holt said.

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