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Moore's Law Needs Help from Heterogeneous Computing

Jem Davies writes that Moores Law is not broken, but it does need a little help from heterogenous computing:

“Moore’s law is not broken: shock, horror, screaming headline! It will last for a while longer yet – new generations of silicon process will continue to give us more transistors on chips, but that won’t, on its own, give us the increases in performance and decreases in power consumption we have become used to. However, we can utilise those extra transistors, to build multicore processors and more of them, and through heterogeneous computing and appropriate use of domain-specific processors. This will give us the increased performance and improved energy-efficiency we need. These are critical areas for us to concentrate on for the future if we are to continue to lead in energy-efficiency.

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  1. sir jam davies thank you

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