Moore’s Law Nearing Its End; What Could Replace Silicon? 
Gallium oxide, graphene, carbon nanotubes.  Sound familiar?  Maybe, probably not. 

Quantum computing has a lot of focus in the media and without question, gains toward achieving quantum supremacy are occurring often. 

However, not all are believers that ‘quantum is coming’; at least anytime soon.

If not quantum computing to replace silicon, then what?  Gallium oxide, graphene, and carbon nanotubes are several possibilities.

Reference is found at electropages…