Moore's Law

Way back in the 60’s and 70’s, a fellow named Gordon Moore posited that computer processor complexity would double every two years. That is not precisely what he predicted (I have simplified it somewhat), and he amended this a few times since. But the idea that most of us take away from Moore’s Law is that computer speed/capacity/capability doubles every couple of years. And for the most part, this has turned out to be true.
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Dewey Hylton

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Infrastructure Engineer