Intel transistors go 3-D


Intel unveiled 3-D transistors, which have the ability to boost computing speeds and conserve energy.

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Intel unveiled 3-D transistors Wednesday in San Francisco, which have the ability to boost computing speeds and conserve energy.

The company says the breakthrough technology will allow them to add more transistors to microchips in the future.

The new “Tri-Gate” technology is now in the final stages of development inside Intel’s D1D research factory, at its Ronler Acres campus near Hillsboro Stadium.

Intel will start making the first processors with the new technology there late this year, and they’ll be widely available in PCs and laptops early in 2012.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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