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Forty-year veteran technicians will retire next year to lead Intel's 5nm process development

via:Expreview超能网     time:2018/12/7 20:36:14     readed:83

It has been forty years since joining Intel. It has led the research and development of Intel's HKMG and FinFET processes. At present, it is still leading the research and development of 5nm processes, but it will retire in March next year.

Mark Bohr's name is unfamiliar to ordinary people and even DIY players. Some may remember that he announced the revolutionary 22nm Tri-Gate process promotion in Intel in 2011.videoSee him, this technology is closely related to him.

Mark Bohr, 65, was born in 1953. He has joined Intel for more than 40 years. He is a senior member of IEEE and an Intel Senior Fellow. This is the highest honor that Intel technicians can get. In addition, he is also the Director of Intel Technology and Manufacturing, who is mainly responsible for Intel. It can be said that Intel's advanced technology is completed under his leadership. It can be said that Intel is the technical authority of the semiconductor industry.

In terms of technology, Mark Bohr has 19 patents, and in the forty years since joining Intel in 1978, he has participated in and led most of Intel's modern CMOS processes, not to mention the technological progress ahead. Recently, the HKMG and FinFET processes (formerly known as Tri-Gate and 3D transistors) in the Tie-belt process are in him. Under the leadership of research and development.

At present, he is leading the team to tackle the 5nm process, but he may not see the production of Intel 5nm process during his tenure, because he will retire in March next year. Intel officially confirmed his retirement plan, but did not give details. He only emphasized Mark Bohr's contribution to the company, saying that he has been helping Intel achieve Molding. Law is the spokesman of Intel Technology.

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