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Intel co-founder Gordon Moore once observed that the number of transistors on computer chips doubles every two years. This became known in the computing world as Moore’s law, and it continues to drive the industry toward smaller and faster processors.

To keep progressing, IBM is planning to invest billions over the next five years with the goal of making transistors even tinier—about one-thousandth the size of a human hair.

Read more about the ways the company is planning to usher in the next generation of computer technology here.

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