Chairman Emeritus Of Intel CorporationAddresses Intel Developer Forum WithThe System Design Implications Of Moore’s Law

INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 30, 1997– Gordon E. Moore, chairman emeritus of Intel Corporation, kicks off the second day of the Intel Developer Forum with a keynote address, “An Update on Moore’s Law.” During the presentation, Moore will discuss the pertinent issues regarding silicon development and its impact on the rest of the industry. Moore will cover the challenges developers face looking forward in managing complexity, functional integration, power, cost and other design factors design. Moore’s keynote will also explore the question, “Are there real limits?” and provide an update on how it all impacts the future of processor technology and the evolution of the computing platform.

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