Virtually ideal transistors that are easy to fabricate will revolutionize the nanoprocessor industry.
I didn't see anything that suggested fabrication would be easy. In fact the article mentions that e-beam lithography was used. If e-beam lithography is a neccessary component then you won't see this in the mainstream anytime soon. The process is slow. So slow it is never used for industrial applications. That said, it is used in acidemia all the time because nothing allows you to get build smaller structures.
I have a theory that it's impossible to prove anything, but I can't prove it.