From: Dani Eder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 28 2002 - 11:07:05 MST
The common figure referred to in semiconductor
process descriptions is the 'DRAM half pitch'
which is half the center-to-center spacing of
parallel circuit lines in a DRAM chip. When
chip makers refer to the 130 nm feature size
they are introducing this year, that is the
particular feature they are referring to. For
an in-depth discussion of semiconductor technology
projections, see the International Technology
Roadmap for Semiconductors at:
> I would think a cost reduction by 2-5x maximum
> in 2006.
Then you think Moore's Law is about to break
down. Intel and AMD seem to think otherwise.
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