Intel to ship 45-nano chip next year

Intel to ship 45-nano chip next year

Intel Corp. will enter the next era of Moore's Law in the second half of 2007 with commercial shipment of...

January 25th, 2006 Stephen Lawson

Look to the past, see the future, says Cisco

Look to the past, see the future, says Cisco

Speaking to a gathering of systems integrators in Cancun, Mexico, a senior Cisco executive said Wednesday that those who view...

November 11th, 2004 Patricia Pickett

IBM claims world’s smallest silicon transistor

IBM claims world’s smallest silicon transistor

IBM Corp. claims to have developed the world's smallest working silicon transistor. At six nanometers in length (a nanometer, nm,...

December 8th, 2002 John Blau

IBM speeds up transistor for wireless chips

IBM speeds up transistor for wireless chips

IBM Corp. scientists have developed a transistor that can run at 350GHz, nearly three times faster than any transistor available...

November 3rd, 2002 Joris Evers

AMD fabricates first 10-nanometer transistor

AMD fabricates first 10-nanometer transistor

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has fabricated a standard complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) transistor with a gate length of 10...

September 9th, 2002 David Legard

Intel goes on with 90 nanometre

Intel goes on with 90 nanometre

Intel Corp. will begin making chips in volume on its 90-nanometre (.09 micron) manufacturing process next year, and it's betting...

September 5th, 2002 Ryan B. Patrick

Researchers shed light on photons

Researchers shed light on photons

Back in 1956, three Americans - William Shockley, John Bardeen and Walter Brattain - won a Nobel prize in physics...

February 21st, 2002 Chris Conrath

Chips to go beyond silicon

Chips to go beyond silicon

If there is one element that defines the world of high technology, it is silicon. Without it there would be...

December 13th, 2001 Chris Conrath

Intel develops chip package to boost speed

Intel develops chip package to boost speed

Intel Corp. researchers have developed a new technology that the company hopes will let chips reach speeds of 20GHz in...

October 9th, 2001 Douglas F. Gray