Moore’s law is an empirical suggestion stating that the number of transistors doubles every few years in integrated circuits (ICs). However, Moore’s law has started to fail as transistors are now so small that current silicon-based technologies are unable to offer further opportunities for shrinking.
One possibility of overcoming Moore’s law is to resort to two-dimensional semiconductors. These two-dimensional materials are so thin that they can allow the propagation of free charge carriers, namely electrons and holes in transistors that carry the information, along an ultra-thin plane. This confinement of charge carriers can potentially allow the switching of the semiconductor very easily. It also allows directional pathways for the charge carriers to move without scattering and therefore leading to infinitely small resistance for the transistors.
This means that in theory, the two-dimensional materials can result in transistors that do not waste energy during their
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Sep 28, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) — NFC Systems Market Size, Status, Business Future Scenarios and Brief Analysis 2020-2025
The “Global NFC Systems Market Report 2025” offers a clear understanding of the subject matter. The report has been gathered using principal and subordinate research methodologies. Both these methods are directed towards cooperating accurate and meticulous data concerning the market dynamics, historical events, and the current market landscape. Additionally, the NFC Systems Market report includes a SWOT analysis that concludes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats impacting the segment of the overall market.
The global NFC Systems market is estimated at $11634.7 million, with a compound annual growth rate of 27.94%.
Top Leading Companies of the Global NFC Systems Market are Broadcom Inc. (NASDAQ: AVGO), Smartrac, NXP Semiconductors, INSIDE SECURE, Qualcomm, MediaTek, SanDisk, Sony, Renesas Electronics,