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Monday, May 02, 2005

More on Intel's Strategy

In today's edition of The Motley Fool, I had an article discussing Intel's nanotechnology strategy. You can read it here.

I also, however, came across an excellent article, written by Michael Kanellos, entitled "New life for Moore's Law." The article discusses many of the technologies I have talked about in the past. More importantly, it reiterates my belief that investor's need to put Molecular Imprints and NanoNex on their radar screens. I believe nanolithography imprint technology will be one of the key enabling technologies that helps the semiconductor industry continue to push down to the 45,32,22 and sub-10 nanomter range--and Molecular Imprints and NanoNex could very well have the technology that allows everyone in the industry to construct those ever-smaller circuits.