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batye
batye
6/27/2016 4:25:24 PM
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Re: Hmm. Interchangeable parts...
@Joe Stanganelli  I'm not the sharpest pencil in the drawer, but it seems a divide on PhD croud on Moore's Law. :) in my mind it already dead - Moore's Law.... but I'm not a PhD. :) time will tell...

Ps: hope to see you on facebook from time to time :) 

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
6/27/2016 4:15:28 PM
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Re: Hmm. Interchangeable parts...
@batye: Yes, at a recent conference I attended, a lot of the discussion from speakers surrounded the inevitable and impending death of Moore's Law.


Meanwhile, other speakers kept talking about Moore's Law continuing.

There seems to be some disagreement -- or, at least, room for enlightenment.  ;)

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kq4ym
kq4ym
6/16/2016 7:08:42 PM
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Re: Hmm. Interchangeable parts...
It will indeed be interesting to see if Moore's Law has met it's end. Is there a point where the "Law" was merely a cool cooincidence or even a self fulfilling prophecy and a new algorithm may have to be proposed as new technologies challenge the old ways of thinking?

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kq4ym
kq4ym
6/14/2016 6:58:31 AM
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Re: Hmm. Interchangeable parts...
A fine line as to how to keep hardware working as long as possible but still knowing that there's a point when it's obsolete. And presumably the life cycle of hardware is getting shorter and shorter. Or maybe some types of hardware should be designed with the idea that is can last a long long time, and yet be compatible with software or interchangeable physical parts?

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batye
batye
6/13/2016 10:17:14 AM
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Re: Hmm. Interchangeable parts...
@Joe Stanganelli with some hardware it already outdated as techology changing rapidly 

here is intel point of view so to say :) - http://www.extremetech.com/computing/165331-intels-former-chief-architect-moores-law-will-be-dead-within-a-decade

for me new Moore's Law it everything need to get adjusted with co-relating to changes in the new hardware... 

 

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
6/13/2016 8:58:27 AM
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Re: Hmm. Interchangeable parts...
@batye: Interesting. Where do you see this "new Moore's Law" going?

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
6/13/2016 8:57:26 AM
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Re: Hmm. Interchangeable parts...
@mhh: If only the solution were as simple as virtualizing an older hardware environment! ;)

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batye
batye
6/12/2016 11:59:13 PM
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Re: Hmm. Interchangeable parts...
@mhhf1ve I think Moore's Law is changing right in front of out eyes :) as technology....

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/6/2016 6:44:17 PM
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Hmm. Interchangeable parts...
> "Can I run somebody else's software on this hardware platform?"

This usually can be done... several years later when the hardware has advanced to the point where software emulation doesn't have a signifcant performance drain. And usually the hardware/software is nearly obsolete by that time. 

As Moore's Law ends, this delay might not get better -- but only worse? 

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