An Aristocrat Among Chips Heads For The Pc
For years, chipmakers figured that circuits etched on gallium arsenide wouldn't find much of a market beyond esoteric military and aerospace uses--and perhaps in the fastest supercomputers. Although electrons zip through them much faster than through silicon chips, they were hard to make, expensive, and less densely packed with transistors.
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