The pace of innovation, at times, leaves us breathless.
In 1965, Intel’s Gordon Moore observed, “The number of transistors incorporated in a chip will approximately double every 24 months.” Few realized how Moore’s Law would deliver a magnitude of exponential change, driving a fundamental shift in computing, energy, transportation, and communications.
Since 1832, Rogers Corporation has served as a bedrock for innovation. As early as 1949, we manufactured insulation for the emerging electronics industry. Today, our high performance materials empower a broad range of high-technology systems and devices that help the world work better…
• Cleaner, more efficient energy production and distribution
• Safer, smarter transportation
• High speed, high reliability communication networks