Squeezing the electrons in: Batteries don’t follow Moore’s Law
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Squeezing the electrons in: batteries don’t follow Moore’s Law
Although progress in battery technology may seem slow, even a five percent annual improvement can lead to significant gains over time. The industry will need to keep innovating, both with lithium and non-lithium technologies. Maintaining realistic expectations and timelines will likely be key.
- What is Moore’s Law and how does it relate to batteries?
- Given that a five percent increase in improvement is considered good progress, where will those improvements take place in 2011?
- What role will other technologies play in this sphere and are there other options?
Duncan Stewart, Director of Deloitte Canada Research and co-author of TMT Predictions
Holly Seguine, Senior Manager, Online Communications, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited