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Some of the technical issues are explored in the next section. However, one significant factor is the economics of chip production. The cost of building fabrication facilities to manufacture chips has been increasing exponentially, by a factor of two for every chip generation. This is sometimes known as Moore’s Second Law. The cost of manufacturing chips is increasing significantly faster than the market is expanding. Intel’s Fab 22, a chip-fabrication facility which opened in Chandler, AZ, in October 2001, cost $2 billion to construct and equip.
Gordon Moore of Intel was the first to quantify the steady improvement in gate density when he noticed that the number of transistors that could be built on a chip increased exponentially with time. His observation, made in 1965, was that the number of transistors per unit area on integrated circuits, or functionality per chip, had doubled every year since the integrated circuit was invented. Moore predicted that this trend would continue for the foreseeable future. This is Moore’s Law, or Moore’s First Law.
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