Posts Tagged ‘Moore’s law’

April 2020 marks 55 years since Intel co-founder Gordon Moore published ‘Cramming more components onto integrated circuits (pdf)‘, the paper that subsequently became known as the origin for his eponymous law. For over 50 of those years Intel and its competitors kept making Moore’s law come true, but more recently efforts to push down integrated circuit feature size have […]

Earlier this year I gave a talk on cloud security at the e-Crime congress. One of the other speakers was John Suffolk, who when he wasn’t struggling with some very badly formatted PowerPoint [1] asked the audience ‘who in this room thinks they are keeping up with technology?’. I think I ruined his script a […]