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How do semiconductor electronic devices come from

According to all human inventions and creations, the crystal tubes and integrated circuits in the middle of the 20th century are human event inventions, IC) is the most legendary chapter in the history of human creation, and also an important milestone in the process of human history and changes in human cognitive activities. Today, IC is highly integrated with our lives, and most of the electromechanical equipment and devices cannot separate IC chips. IC has been through for more than 50 years. Without IC, there is no information age today. So, what is driving the rapid development of semiconductor industry technology? Is there a law to follow for its development?


There are magic laws in the semiconductor industry that tell us how fast the development of IC technology is advancing. This is the great Moore'slaw. Moore's Law is a well-known law in the semiconductor industry. It is neither a physical law nor an economic law. It is a law closely related to physics, technology, innovation and economy, and it is also a prediction of the semiconductor industry. The general idea of Moore's Law is that the number and performance of components that can be placed on a chip doubles every certain number of years. For decades, the density or performance of IC chip components has increased at an almost exponential rate. One of the great things about Moore's Law is the "self-fulfilling prophecy", also known as self-fulfilling prophecy. According to this prediction, it is possible to predict how the component density on the chip will change over time. The founder of Moore's Law is Gordon Moore (Gordon E. Moore, 1929).


Gordon Moore was born in 1929 in a small town on the Pacific coast of San Francisco, California, near Silicon Valley. In 1950, Moore received a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley, a doctorate in chemistry from the California Institute of Technology in 1954, and then a post-doctoral research fellow at Johns Hopkins University.



In 1957, shortly after Moore graduated, Robert Noyce (Robert N. Noyce, 1927~1990) and other 8 people belonged to William B. Shockley (1910-1989) and participated in the founding of the Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory. Because these smart people couldn't stand the boss's management, Moore, Noyce and six others left Shoakle less than a year later. Shockley called them "traitorouseight". Later, these eight people established Xiantong Semiconductor Company with the support of Xiantong Camera Equipment Company.

 After working at Fairchild for 10 years, Moore and Noyce founded their company Intel in Silicon Valley in 1968. Many years later, Moore was also known as one of the "Fathers of Silicon Valley. In 1990, then US President George Bush awarded the "National Medal for Technology and Innovation." Moore retired in 2001 and entered the American Invention Hall of Fame in 2009. 2008 In 2015, Moore was awarded the honor of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for his "advanced technological role in integrated circuit processing and leadership in the development of metal oxide semiconductor device (MOS) memory, microprocessors, computers, and semiconductor industries" Medal. This is a very suitable compliment to Mr. Moore. As a pioneer in the field of semiconductor integrated circuits, his predictions have led and inspired the development of the world semiconductor industry