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Moore’s Law “The number of transistors incorporated in a chip will approximately double every 24 months.” Gordon Moore, Intel Co-founder Transistors*

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In 1965, Gordon Moore sketched out his of silicon technology. Decades later, Moore’s Law remains true, driven largely by Intel’s unparalleled

Intel Itanium® 2 processor

silicon expertise.

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Silicon technology is transforming the lives of billions of people around the globe. By leading the advancement of Moore’s Law,

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Pentium® III processor

Pentium® II processor

Pentium® Pro processor

Pentium® processor

i486™ processor

i386™ processor

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how we work, play, learn, and communicate.

Intel® Celeron® processor

fueling architecture and platform innovation and improving

Intel Itanium® processor Intel® Xeon™ processor

Intel will continue to define the future of silicon technology,

Pentium® 4 processor

Intel is a major driver and enabler of that transformation.

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Intel Dual Core Itanium® processor

prediction of the pace

Ley de Moore  

Poster ilustrativo de como evolucionan los procesadores de acuerdo a la predicción de Gordon Moore

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