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Tom’s Hardware Article: MIT Engineers Build 15,000-Transistor Carbon Nanotube RISC-V Chip

By August 29, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

Engineers from the MIT and Analog Devices have created the most complex chip design yet that uses transistors made of carbon nanotubes instead of silicon. The chip was manufactured using new technologies proven to work in a commercial chip-manufacturing facility.
The researchers seem to have chosen the RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA) for the design of the chip, presumably due to the open source nature that didn’t require hassling with licensing restrictions and costs.
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