IBM Aims For Commercializing Its First Carbon Nanotube Transistors In The Early 2020s



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IBM has announced that it expects to have commercialised its carbon nanotube transistor technology in the early 2020s, thanks to a new design that would allow the transistors to be built on silicon wafers using similar techniques to existing chip manufacturing plants…
Read more: extremetech.com & bit-tech.net

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