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Role of Sockets in IC Product Life Cycle

Authored on: May 8, 2013 by Ila Pal

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For over half a century, the semiconductor industry has been governed by a commonly known principle described as Moore's Law. This "law" predicts that through technological advancement a doubling of the number of transistors per integrated circuit will occur within a given geometric area on regular 18 month intervals. The realization of this doubling effect over time has resulted in an ever-widening range of semiconductor (IC) devices exhibiting increases in functionality and processing speed combined with an increased demand for power and effective thermal management.
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