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AMD Bets Its Future On Moore's Law

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AMD's Ryzen-7 central processor unit.

AMD sees chiplets playing a crucial part in the future of semiconductor technology.

Credit: AMD

Jensen Huang, president and CEO of NVIDIA, was quoted a few months back as saying that Moore's Law is officially dead, but rival company AMD disagrees with the statement. AMD feels that Moore's Law still has several years of life, stating another six to eight years before Moore's Law will be no more.

Mark Papermaster, AMD's Chief Technical Officer, disagreed with Huang's statement from September but added that transistor density could not continue to be increased every 1.5 to 2 years — especially maintaining the exact cost.

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