Gordon Moore, the leading figure in the technology world, passed away

Gordon Moore the leading figure in the technology world passed

One of the most important names in the technology world Gordon Mooredied at the age of 94.

Born January 3, 1929 in San Francisco, California Gordon Moore (Gordon Earle Moore), is no longer with us. Moore, the retired chairman and co-founder of processor giant Intel, “Moore’s Law” with a prominent was the name. A statement by the Betty Moore Foundation announced that Moore died peacefully with his family at his home in Hawaii on Friday, March 24, 2023. Moore’s business adventure is summarized on the Wiki: “He met Caltech graduate William Shockley at Beckman Instruments’ Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory. However, Sherman Fairchild left in 1957, along with the betrayer eights (8 who left Schokley Labs and founded Fairchild semiconductor) when he agreed to found and support the prestigious Fairchild Semiconductor company. Moore co-founded Intel Corporation in July 1968, where he served as Executive Vice President until 1975. After 1975, he became the company’s Chief Executive Officer and CEO. Moore became executive chairman in 1979, where he remained until April 1987. In 1997, he was named the spiritual head of Intel Corporation.”


Gordon Moore As we said above, especially “Moore’s Law” It made an impact, was well-known and remained on the agenda for many years. In an article published in Electronics magazine on April 19, 1965, he wrote that the number of transistors that can be placed in integrated electronic circuits will double every 18 months. 10 years later, he increased this rule to 24 months. While this is no longer the case, Moore’s idea held true for a surprisingly long time.