Many analysts say the door is now open for innovators, such as China, to catch up with existing global chip leaders as Moore’s Law approaches physical limits. Photo: Bloomberg Many analysts say the door is now open for innovators, such as China, to catch up with existing global chip leaders as Moore’s Law approaches physical limits. Photo: Bloomberg
Many analysts say the door is now open for innovators, such as China, to catch up with existing global chip leaders as Moore’s Law approaches physical limits. Photo: Bloomberg

Can China innovate itself into a lead in the chip industry as Moore’s Law nears its physical limit?

  • Analysts are divided on whether China can jump ahead in chip technology as Moore’s Law approaches physical limit
  • China remains years behind companies, such as TSMC, the world’s biggest chip foundry, in current chip-making technologies

Topic |   Semiconductors
Many analysts say the door is now open for innovators, such as China, to catch up with existing global chip leaders as Moore’s Law approaches physical limits. Photo: Bloomberg Many analysts say the door is now open for innovators, such as China, to catch up with existing global chip leaders as Moore’s Law approaches physical limits. Photo: Bloomberg
Many analysts say the door is now open for innovators, such as China, to catch up with existing global chip leaders as Moore’s Law approaches physical limits. Photo: Bloomberg
READ FULL ARTICLE