And does not believe that Moore’s law is dead.
Representatives of the business publication Barron’s managed to develop an interview with AMD CEO Lisa Su (Lisa Su) around the discussion of the so-called “Moore’s Law”. Formulated by the recently deceased Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, the principle has not been respected by semiconductor manufacturers in recent years, since the density of transistors per unit area of a crystal has ceased to double every two years.
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Lisa Su does not share the point of view of the founder of NVIDIA on the current situation in the industry – in her opinion, Moore’s law is not dead, although its action has slowed down. The transition to each new technical process is more expensive, the increase in the speed of transistors in the previous indicators is not ensured, and the energy efficiency of the chips also suffers. AMD offers to overcome all these difficulties through the use of a multi-chip layout, including spatial in three dimensions, as well as software optimization.
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At the same time, AMD does not even think of stopping in the development of new lithographic standards, as the head of the company emphasized. Already, AMD specialists are working on mastering the 3nm process technology, their eyes are also directed towards the more advanced 2nm process technology. Recall that in the field of advanced lithography, AMD depends on the contractor represented by the Taiwanese TSMC, since the American company stopped producing chips independently.