[Old News] Gordon Moore, an advocate of 'Moore's Law' and co-founder of Intel, died at the age of 94
Gordon Moore , who founded Intel in 1968 with Robert Noyce and is an advocate of `` Moore's Law '' who predicted that `` the number of transistors in a processor will double every year '' March 24, 2023 passed away on Friday. was 94 years old.
Gordon Moore, Intel Co-Founder, Dies at 94
In Memoriam: Gordon Moore, 1929-2023
Gordon Moore, Intel co-founder and creator of Moore's Law, has died - The Verge
Mr. Moore, who was enrolled at Fairchild Semiconductor in 1965, predicted (PDF file) that ``the number of transistors in a semiconductor integrated circuit will double every year'' based on his experience in the semiconductor industry. Later, this prediction was called 'Moore's Law', and in 1975, the prediction was revised to say that 'the number of transistors will double in two years.'
In 1968, he launched Intel with Mr. Noyce, and in 38 years until 2006, Mr. Moore, who served as vice president, president, chairman and CEO, and honorary chairman, pushed Intel into the world's largest semiconductor device manufacturer. .
On Friday, March 24, 2023, Intel reported on one of its official Twitter accounts that Moore died surrounded by his family at his home in Hawaii.
Gordon Moore, Intel Co-Founder who set the course for the future of the semiconductor industry, has passed away at the age of 94. https://t.co/otpLCwm3zv— Intel News (@intelnews) March 25, 2023
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said, 'Moore defined the technology industry with his insight and perspective. 'Mr. Moore's leadership has shaped much of my career and life.'
Gelsinger added, 'He once said, 'If you do it, you can do it.' And those of us who follow in his footsteps will continue to work relentlessly. He left a legacy that changed the lives of every person on the planet. , his memory will live on.'
Gordon Moore once said, “What can be done, can be outdone.” As stewards of his law, Intel will work relentlessly to exponentially outdo what he & Robert Noyce set out to do. He leaves behind a legacy that changed the lives of every person on the planet. His memory will live on.— Pat Gelsinger (@PGelsinger) March 25, 2023
In addition, Mr. Gelsinger recalls, 'I am humbly accepting that I got to know him.'
I am humbled to have known him.pic.twitter.com/UU5I43ZzmA— Pat Gelsinger (@PGelsinger) March 25, 2023
In addition, Apple CEO Tim Cook said, ``The world has lost a giant named Gordon Moore, one of the founders of Silicon Valley who contributed to technological innovation. Please rest in peace.'
The world lost a giant in Gordon Moore, who was one of Silicon Valley's founding fathers and a true visionary who helped pave the way for the technological revolution. All of us who followed owe him a debt of gratitude.— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) March 25, 2023
Google CEO Sundar Pichai also said, ``His vision has given us great inspiration in pursuing technology.''
RIP Gordon Moore. His vision inspired so many of us to pursue technology, was an inspiration to me. Thoughts with his family and everyone at Intel https://t.co/8bzKDJ8l79— Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) March 25, 2023
``RIP Gordon Moore .
RIP Gordon Moore, what an amazing man. https://t.co/wYFTqiNreP— Jim O'Shaughnessy (@jposhaughnessy) March 25, 2023
Computer scientist Urs Hölzle said, 'Moore has been contributing to the technology industry for decades, but it's been too long to understand how much Moore's influence has been on the industry. People are declining.Moore's Law is a vision and a message, and he made this law a reality, not a theory.'
Today we lost one of the true giants of our field. Since his contributions spanned so many decades, few today realize how enormous Moore's impact on the entire industry was. 'Moore's Law' was a vision and a message, not a law, and he made it real. ???? https://t.co/OZAYVt0d21— Urs Hölzle (@uhoelzle) March 25, 2023
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