• Publications
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Cramming More Components Onto Integrated Circuits
  • G. Moore
  • Computer Science
    Proceedings of the IEEE
  • 1998
The future of integrated electronics is the future of electronics itself. The advantages of integration will bring about a proliferation of electronics, pushing this science into many new areas.
Progress in digital integrated electronics
TLDR
The expected t rends can be recombined to see how long exponent i a l g r o w t h i n c o m p l e x i t y c a n b e e x p e c t e d t o con t inue.
Cramming more components onto integrated circuits, Reprinted from Electronics, volume 38, number 8, April 19, 1965, pp.114 ff.
  • G. Moore
  • Art
    IEEE Solid-State Circuits Newsletter
  • 2006
Moore's theories about the future of transistor technology first appeared in Electronics magazine in April 1965. Termed a "law" years later by Caltech professor Carver Mead, Moore's Law went on to
Building High-Tech Clusters: Learning the Silicon Valley Way
Gordon E. Moore is widely regarded as one of Silicon Valley’s founding fathers. Brought back to his native California to work with Shockley Semiconductor, his membership in the “Traitorous Eight” who
Lithography and the future of Moore's law
  • G. Moore
  • Computer Science
    Advanced Lithography
  • 1995
TLDR
The history and past performance relative to predictions and shows where the advances have come from are reviewed and continuing on the same slope doesn't get any easier.
Lithography and the future of Moore's law
  • G. Moore
  • Computer Science
    Advanced Lithography
  • 1995
TLDR
The history and past performance relative to predictions and shows where the advances have come from are reviewed and continuing on the same slope doesn't get any easier.
No exponential is forever: but "Forever" can be delayed! [semiconductor industry]
  • G. Moore
  • Computer Science
    IEEE International Solid-State Circuits…
  • 9 February 2003
TLDR
This talk will look at the current status of silicon technology, and at challenges going forward, over this brief history of the semiconductor industry.
The role of Fairchild in silicon technology in the early days of "Silicon Valley"
Fairchild Semiconductor was founded in 1957 by a group originating from Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory, the first organization attempting to exploit silicon transistor technology in the region at
Progress in digital integrated electronics [Technical literaiture, Copyright 1975 IEEE. Reprinted, with permission. Technical Digest. International Electron Devices Meeting, IEEE, 1975, pp. 11-13.]
  • G. Moore
  • Engineering
    IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Newsletter
  • 1 September 2006
This article is reprinted from the Internaional Electron Devices Meeting (1975). It discusses the complexity of integrated circuits, identifies their manufacture, production, and deployment, and
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