IBM creates first 2 nanometre chip

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IBM creates first 2 nanometre chip

Early tests show it could be up to 45 percent faster.

For decades, each generation of computer chips got faster and more power-efficient because their most basic building blocks, called transistors, got smaller. The pace of those improvements has slowed, but IBM on Thursday said that silicon has at least one more generational advance in store. IBM...

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