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The technique of embedding or integrating tens of thousands of transistors onto a single silicon semiconductor microchip is known as very large-scale integration. VLSI technology was first developed in the late 1970s, at the same time when high-level processor (computer) microchips were beginning to take shape. The microcontroller and the microprocessor are two of the most popular VLSI components. A type of integrated circuit with several devices on a single chip is known as a VLSI. Naturally, the phrase dates back to the 1970s, along with a variety of other scale integration classifications depending on the number of gates or transistors in an integrated circuit (IC). The development of large-scale integration technologies is principally responsible for the electronics industry's impressive expansion. The possibilities for ICs in control applications, telecommunications, high-performance computing, and consumer electronics as a whole are expanding thanks to the introduction of VLSI designs. Due to VLSI technology, modern technologies like smartphones and cellular communications offer never-before-seen levels of mobility, processing power, and application access. Forecasts for this trend point to a rapid rise as demand keeps rising.
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