Transaction Performance vs. Moore's Law: A Trend Analysis

@inproceedings{Nambiar2010TransactionPV,
  title={Transaction Performance vs. Moore's Law: A Trend Analysis},
  author={Raghunath Othayoth Nambiar and Meikel P{\"o}ss},
  booktitle={TPCTC},
  year={2010}
}
  • Raghunath Othayoth Nambiar, Meikel Pöss
  • Published in TPCTC 2010
  • Computer Science
  • Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore postulated in his famous 1965 paper that the number of components in integrated circuits had doubled every year from their invention in 1958 until 1965, and then predicted that the trend would continue for at least ten years. Later, David House, an Intel colleague, after factoring in the increase in performance of transistors, concluded that integrated circuits would double in performance every 18 months. Despite this trend in microprocessor improvements, your… CONTINUE READING
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