Transistor Scaling is Innovative Technology for Mobile Devices
The presentation by Intel Senior Fellow Mark Bohr discusses transistor scaling trends, 32-nm and 22-nm system-on-chip (SoC) technology, and 22-nm central processing unit technology.
• Transistor scaling provides improvements in performance, power, and cost, but now with greater focus on power reduction.
• Scaling no longer follows a traditional path, and requires continued innovations in materials and structures.
• A highly integrated approach is needed to successfully bring innovative technologies from the research phase to high-volume manufacturing.
• Low power SoC technologies are important to support a range of features needed on mobile computing devices.
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