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As Moore's Law Turns 50, What Does the Future Hold For the Transistor?


Cray-2 supercomputer

Released in 1985, the $16 million Cray-2 supercomputer came equipped with four vector processors that delivered 1.9 GFLOPS of peak performance, making it the fastest machine in the world when it was released. Today, Nvidias $1000 Titan X GPU delivers 7 TFLOPS of single-precision floating point performance.

Credit: Cray

"The future of integrated electronics is the future of electronics itself."

From Ars Technica
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