Worldâ€™s Smallest Transistor (2nm in size)
Worldâ€™s Smallest Transistor (2nm in size) developed by joint research of South Korean, Japanese and British scientists. Logic gates on Processors are created using Trasistors. And more the number of transistors present on the processor, more is the performance gain of the system. So, Scientists are always trying their level best to reduce the size of transistors to make them as small as possible, as it would lead to faster processing and greater performance by devices using them.
There was a joint research performed at the Chungbuk National University in South Korea, where the team of scientists from South Korea, Japan and Britain was led by professor Choi Jung-bum. This team worked on the applications of the quantum effect to successfully create the worldâ€™s smallest transistor.
A local researcher at the University said, â€œThis transistor could be used to enhance the capabilities of mobile electronic devicesâ€. So, even when we already have dual-core mobile processors with good processing capabilities, we can surely expect more!
Professor Choi Jung-bum said, â€œThe quantum effect transistor, which is just 2 nanometers in size, can operate in regular room temperature and effectively changes the entire paradigm of such devicesâ€ (read: mobile devices)
No words regarding the mass production or the availability were mentioned.original content by techfreakstuff.com