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Re: Example where testing-security was used?

On Tue, 31 May 2005, Steve Langasek wrote:

> Moore's Law governs the rate at which the speed of hardware (at a given
> price-point) doubles.  It says nothing about the speed at which current
> software will *run* on current machines; and it certainly has nothing to say
> about the speed at which such software will run on machines that are no
> longer on the Moore's Law curve due to a lack of new hardware being
> designed/manufactured for that architecture.

Actually, doesn't Moore's Law mean the average for all new silicon?  So, some
cutting-edge new hardware may evolve faster than the average.

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