Over a quarter of a century ago, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore observed that the number of transistors on a given piece of silicon would double every couple of years. Dubbed "Moore's Law," this observation describes an exponential growth in transistor density resulting in increased performance and decreased cost.
Intel applies the principles of Moore's Law like no other company, providing more powerful, innovative products that do more for less money. As a result, business has better and faster access to market data, improved resource management, and higher worker productivity. Home users enjoy realistic games, create movies, and connect with people around the world.
Discover how Intel continues to make Moore's Law a reality by developing breakthroughs that extend its relevance, and applying innovations that expand its impact.
Read about "Expanding Moore's Law."