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Can Software Keep Up with Moore's Law?

Software developers need to do things differently

According to Moore's Law, the number of transistors on an integrated circuit doubles every 24 months. Can software keep up? To do so, software vendors need to tackle the seismic shift in server technology toward 64-bit multi-core servers with massive memory banks. Software vendors have been slow to adopt the techniques required to get the most out of these new servers, never mind those coming in the future. And customers pay the price, without necessarily realizing it.

This article will cover what the software industry needs to do to keep Moore's Law going, examining what major changes we can expect over the next year, what challenges these pose to software vendors, and how the software industry can keep pace to optimize customer benefits.

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Paola Lubet is senior vice president of marketing and business development for Solid Information Technology. She is responsible for Solid's product planning and management, corporate marketing, field marketing and strategic partnerships. Paola brings more than two decades of successful marketing and business development experience to Solid. She began her career in Italy before moving on to Apple Computer's European headquarters in Paris, France. In 1994, she moved to Oracle Corporation. As senior director of database product marketing, Paola lead the introduction and launch of Oracle8i, helping Oracle gain a dominant position in the emerging e-business space. She holds a Master of Science degree from Italy's Universita degli Studi di Torino.

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