Re: We no longer refer to "warehouse-scale"
I would be amazed if his 30% a year comes true after the first couple years, or so. Once the low hanging fruit is picked, the rest will be much harder to achieve. As I keep reminding people, it's not yet assured that we will be able to go to 5nm. That's just a hope right now, as some of the methods we're now using won't work at that size, and replacement technologies haven't been found yet. If 7nm is the practical limit, we're going to reach the end before 2021. After that, it will be a matter of finding more and more clever ways around designs. We can see from Intel, that eking out more performance is difficult. Others have found even more of a problem at the same nodes. More cores aren't a solution either. It will be an interesting decade.