Computer Chips Get Smaller .. Cost Less .. with Nanotechnology


Printing Graphene Chips(Nanowerk News) Not so long ago, a computer filled a  whole room and radio receivers were as big as washing machines. In recent  decades, electronic devices have shrunk considerably in size and this trend is  expected to continue, leading to enormous cost and energy savings, as well as  increasing speed.
Key to shrinking devices is Terascale computing, involving  ultrafast technology supported by single microchips that can perform trillions  of operations per second.
Using Terascale technology, semiconductor components commonly  used to make integrated circuits for all kinds of appliances could measure less  than 10 nanometres within several years. Keeping in mind that a nanometre is  less than 1 billionth of a metre, electronic devices have the potential to  become phenomenally smaller and require significantly less energy than today – a  development that will revolutionise the electronics industry.
Despite progress, the technology for producing these ultra-small  devices has a long…

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