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IBM's Creating Fingernail Sized Semiconductors Contains 30 Billion Switches

IBM said that they developing a new transistor which will allow for the creation for chips a mere 5 nanometers in size. The computer giant has created chips which have capacity to contain 30 billion switches, on-off switches of electronic devices by the size of fingernail.


Advancement in semiconductor technology is essential; IBM hopes they will accelerate cognitive computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), and other data-intensive applications delivered in the cloud.
These semiconductors used the same Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) lithography to get the results. In the process, the chips are smeared with a light-sensitive substance and sent into a room with a scanner. Inside the scanner, lasers shine shrunken version of patterns onto the chips.

Moore published an article in the now defunct Electronics Magazine that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles roughly every two years. By moving from 7 nanometers to 5, IBM has been able to keep the law intact. Researchers say that Moore's Law will come to an end in 2021.

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