Mark Bohr (2006) has driven the industry, by scaling down circuits at the hard pace dictated by Moore’s Law
- Most of the industry’s leaders had given up, calling for a slowing of the pace
- But by caning Intel into a leadership position in the nineties, he forced the rest of the industry to follow
- He did so because his efforts did not end up as pretty papers in technical conferences
- they wound up as real . . .
- manufacturable . . .
- product that forced others to respond competitively