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Andy's acceleration and Moore's momentum

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Most advances in integrated circuit manufacturing and design result from the efforts of some of the most clever engineers and scientists on the planet. Yet, that is not the whole story of economic progress. Advances in the technical frontier do not find their way into users' hands without deliberate actions by the managers of the firms who sell chips. That last observation seems uncontroversial until we consider that ephemeral economy-wide business conditions and strategic priorities shape these managers actions. Ephemeral business conditions induced a large manufacturer in a key position to attempt to get better products into user hands faster. Those types of business conditions arise only once or twice in a lifetime

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IEEE Micro  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 2 )