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    1. 1. Technology for the Future – Moore’s LawBy: Alex Rugguri, Jessica Miele, Kemi Ajibare, and Matt Price
    2. 2. Processors – Desktops & Laptops Smaller, stronger, and more energy-efficient Two major players: Intel and AMD Intel  Sandy Bridge (32nm)  Ivy Bridge (22nm)  USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt AMD  Bulldozer  Piledriver
    3. 3. 3D Transistors Tri-gate transistors replace flat, two-dimensional streams of transistors with a 3D structure. The technology will allow Intel to create transistors that are faster (37%), smaller and more power-efficient (50%).
    4. 4. Processors - Smartphones Quad-core processors Performance comparable to desktops Better battery life Nvidia  Tegra 3 Qualcomm  Snapdragon S4
    5. 5. Motorola ATRIX
    6. 6. Moore’s Law The ability for more powerful chips to be produced at a cheaper price every eighteen months. It’s possible because distance between the pathways inside silicon chips gets smaller with each successive generation.
    7. 7. End of Moore’s LawThe shrinking will eventually hit a limit.  The three driving forces are size, heat, and power.  The chip pathways are unable to be shorter than a molecule.  The risk of quantum tunneling occurring.
    8. 8. Technological Footprint According to Moores law there will be a time when we reach the smallest usable footprint. It hasn’t occurred yet, but we are getting closer to reaching it. Some say it will happen in the near future.  One person estimated the time will be around 2023.
    9. 9. The Point of SmallestTechnological Footprint
    10. 10. Smartphone LaptopsiPad Raspberry Pi
    11. 11. Future of technology The future of technology is almost unpredictable Hard to determine whether ideas & products will be successful or not How long will a successful product last?
    12. 12. Future Technology Predictions All touch screen and hands-on products Scanning will also gather information Active workspaces Meetings will have intelligent participation Managing from any device Easier maneuvering of tasks
    13. 13. Future Predictions- Computing Cloud computing SASS- form of cloud computing, portable, subscribes to 3rd party software Supercomputing- hundreds of microprocessors working in unison
    14. 14. Computing cont. Social computing Ubiquitous computing- information processing is integrated into everyday objects Grid computing- enables multiple computers working together to solve a problem
    15. 15. Are future products beneficial to the business community? We think these products will be effective Products will help businesses survive and thrive More advanced, faster products will help to complete work & tasks

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