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The 20nm Moore's Law Challenge - FinFET versus SOI technology... with John Chen, Nvidia

 John Chen     NVIDIA Corporation
  10915      Nov 28, 2012
Some say Moore's Law for semiconductors has stopped. But the world of 20nm technology is coming fast.  My guest, John Chen, Vice President, Wafer Foundry Group and Global Operations of Nvidia, was here to talk about it. He talks about the strengths and weaknesses of FinFET and SOI, including the power benefits and the design challenges.  Then we examine the question of Moore's Law slowing, followed up with the need for greater collaboration between fabless and foundry in a way that looks like a Virtual IDM.
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