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Gordon Moore’s law states that the transistor density of processors will double every 2 years.

This law was first applied to single core processors. But with the progress of time, increasing the transistor count of single core yielded no significant performance gain. This led to the concept of multicore processors. The introduction of multicore systems truly helped processor manufacturing companies keep up and brought about huge gains in performance.

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