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Small Improvements in Chip Technology Add ValueEveryone has heard of Moore’s Law, but few of us have a clear idea of what it can do for high-value industrial, embedded, or communications equipment. The fact is leveraging this fundamental rule of chip technology is perhaps the single most important part of choosing a leading-edge supplier. Far from being an arcane physics problem, Moore’s Law provides the key to unlock a sustainable competitive advantage.Intel is the recognized leader in cutting-edge chip design and manufacturing as well as the home of Moore’s Law, which was named after the company’s cofounder, Gordon Moore. Intel’s consistent investment and development of chip technology pays dividends for its customers, who constantly stay one step ahead of the power, space, and performance curve.Read the full Small Improvements in Chip Technology Add Value White Paper.
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