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Semiconductor performance growth will soon hit a brick wall


Moore's law states that semiconductors will double in size and density every couple of years.  But the increased difficulty in shrinking circuits, even with exotic materials, means that the doubling will stop pretty soon.  To be precise, it's going to stop at around the year 2030, so don't expect to get Altered Carbon-style data storage any time soon.

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