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  Intel 8008 (i8008) microprocessor family
The first 8-bit microprocessor, Intel 8008 (i8008) was released 5 months after Intel 4004.
One of the drawbacks of the Intel 8008 was the absence of direct memory addressing.
Intel 8008 microprocessor was used in Mark-8 computer, which is considered to be the first personal computer.
www.cpu-world.com /CPUs/8008/index.html   (253 words)

  
  Intel from FOLDOC
The 80186 was an improvement on the Intel 8086 and Intel 8088.
The Intel 8086 was based on the design of the Intel 8080 and Intel 8085 (it was source compatible with the 8080) with a similar register set, but was expanded to 16 bits.
Intel bubble memory was on the market for a while, but faded away as better and cheaper memory technologies arrived.
www.instantweb.com /foldoc/foldoc.cgi?Intel   (3749 words)

  
 Intel 8008
The Intel 8008 was an early CPU designed and manufactured by Intel, introduced in April, 1972.
While a little slower (in terms of MIPs) than the 4-bit Intel 4004 and Intel 4040, the fact that it processed data 8-bits at a time and could access significantly more RAM actually gave it 3 to 4 times the true processing power of the 4-bit chips.
A few early computer designs were based on it, but most would use the later and greatly improved Intel 8080 instead.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/in/Intel_8008.html   (170 words)

  
 4004 Q&A
The 8008 used P-channel silicon gate MOS technology and was packaged in an 18-pin package: a very poor choice, imposed by Intel management’s aversion to high pin-count packages.
The microprocessor race was won by Intel on account of the flawless execution of the 4004, and later the 8008.
Furthermore, given that the internal organization of the 8008 and most of its circuits were identical to the ones I used in the 4004, the chip design and the physical layout of the 4004 were used as models for the design and layout of the 8008.
www.intel4004.com /qa8008_8080.htm   (2572 words)

  
 MyNikko.com 微處理器博物館 - Intel 8008
Intel 8008 is the world's first 8-bit microprocessor (CPU); it was released in two different speed: 0.5Mhz and 0.8Mhz.
Although Intel 8008 has a slower clock speed than Intel 4004, because of the 8-bit data bandwidth, Intel 8008's overall performance is still better than Intel 4004.
Intel D8008 is the massively produced version with cheaper package.
www.mynikko.com /CPU/8008.html   (146 words)

  
 The Intel 8008
The 8008 was to be single chip version of CTC's CPU design, which was to be implemented as TTL logic chips.
Work began on the 8008 before the 4004 and had circumstances been different the 8008 could have been the first microprocessor and not the 4004.
The 8008 family is also referred to as the MCS-8.
www.antiquetech.com /chips/8008.htm   (137 words)

  
 The Intel 4004 Home
The signature is a particularly poignant testimony because, at the time of its birth, the first microprocessor, far from being considered a milestone by Intel's management, represented a diversion from the mainline business of the company which was memory chips.
After having led from the beginning all of Intel's microprocessor development activity, at the time of his leaving Faggin was heading all of the MOS chip design activity, with the exception of dynamic memories.
Intel’s management punished Faggin by disowning him of his many contributions, attributing most of his credits in the creation of the microprocessor to Ted Hoff, and by encouraging lesser contributors to grab a bigger share and play a bigger role than they did to diminish Faggin's legacy.
www.intel4004.com   (644 words)

  
 INTEL 8008
The 8008 had a 14-bit PC and addressing and an eight level internal stack.
The Intel 8008 was an early CPU designed and manufactured by Intel, introduced in April, 1972.
While a little slower in terms of instructions per second than the 4-bit Intel 4004 and Intel 4040, the fact that the 8008 processed data eight bits at a time and could access significantly more RAM actually gave it 3 to 4 times the true processing power of the 4-bit chips.
www.websters-online-dictionary.org /definition/english/In/Intel+8008.html   (424 words)

  
 Computer History Museum - Timeline of Computer History
Five times faster than its predecessor, the 8008, the Intel 8080 could address four times as many bytes for a total of 64 kilobytes.
Intel released the 80486 microprocessor and the i860 RISC/coprocessor chip, each of which contained more than 1 million transistors.
The Pentium was the fifth generation of the ‘x86’ line of microprocessors from Intel, the basis for the IBM PC and its clones.
www.computerhistory.org /timeline/?category=cmpnt   (2040 words)

  
 Intel 8008 - Helionica
Intel 8008 - jeden z pierwszych mikroprocesorów zaprojektowanych i produkowanych przez firmę Intel, wprowadzony na rynek 1 kwietnia 1972.
Instrukcje dostępna na 8008 i innych późniejszych procesorach typu CISC produkowanych przez Intel były w znacznym stopniu wzorowane na specyfikacjach CTC.
Artykuł zawiera udostępnione na licencji GNU FDL treści pochodzące w pierwotnej wersji z artykułu Intel 8008 w polskiej Wikipedii.
helionica.pl /index.php/Intel_8008   (228 words)

  
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Intel introduced the microprocessor in November 1971 with the advertisement, "Announcing a New Era in Integrated Electronics." The fulfillment of this prophecy has already occurred with the delivery of the 8008 in 1972, the 8080 in 1974, the 8085 in 1976, and the 8086 in 1978.
Intel embarked on the design of two customer-sponsored microprocessors, the 4004 for a calculator and the 8008 for a CRT terminal.
Intel counterproposed to implement the entire processor on one chip, which was to become the 8008.
research.microsoft.com /~gbell/computer_structures_principles_and_examples/csp0631.htm   (626 words)

  
 Intel 80386 - Wikinfo
Intel 80386, a microprocessor used as the CPU of many personal computers from 1986 til 1994.
Intel later introduced the 80486, but neither it nor its successors under the Pentium name were as big a step as the 32-bit flat addressing made possible by the 80386.
Most applications running on personal computers in 2003 will run on the older 80386, albeit very slowly; there are only a few instructions added to the main instruction set in later generations, and in most cases their usage is unnecessary.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Intel_80386   (1564 words)

  
 Intel Museum - Microprocessor Hall of Fame
Intel's first microprocessor, the 4004, ran at 108 kilohertz (108,000 hertz), compared to the Intel® Pentium®; 4 processor's initial speed of 1.5 gigahertz (1.5 billion hertz).
Intel Xeon processor-based workstations are expected to achieve performance increases between 30 and 90 percent over systems featuring Intel® Pentium®; III Xeon®; processors depending on applications and configurations.
The Intel® Pentium®; M processor, the Intel® 855 chipset family, and the Intel® PRO/Wireless 2100 network connection are the three components of Intel® Centrino™ mobile technology.
www.intel.com /museum/online/hist_micro/hof/index.htm   (1181 words)

  
 An Overview of Micros   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This was the Intel 4004, a 4-bit unit suitable for use in some adding machines and calculators.
Intel released the 80186 microprocessor was similar to that of the 16-bit 8086, but with significant improvements in hardware design and integration.
Intel released the 80386 microprocessor in 1985, a 32-bit unit.
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 Intel from FOLDOC   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The 80186 was an improvement on the Intel 8086 and Intel 8088.
The Intel 8086 was based on the design of the Intel 8080 and Intel 8085 (it was source compatible with the 8080) with a similar register set, but was expanded to 16 bits.
Intel bubble memory was on the market for a while, but faded away as better and cheaper memory technologies arrived.
foldoc.org /?Intel   (4390 words)

  
 Intel 8080 - CompWisdom   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Intel 8080 was the successor to the Intel 8008; this was due to it being assembly language source-compatible because it used the same instruction set developed by Computer Terminal Corporation.
Intel put itself back on the map with the 8080, which used the same instruction set as the earlier 8008 and is generally considered to be the first truly usable microprocessor.
Intel 8008 (1972) and Intel 8080 (1974) - 8 bit microprocessors; The latter has 16 bit-addressing, 6000 transistors and was used in the MITS Altair 8800 microprocessor kit (1975).
www.compwisdom.com /topics/Intel-8080   (2919 words)

  
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Like the 8008, the Intel 8080 was an 8 bit processor, but it did enjoy a number of significant advantages over the 8008.
This processor was designed to be backwards compatible with the 8080 for a number of reasons, firstly as Intel did not want to lost their user base developed from the 8080 and so that a lot of 8080 software could be used on the 8086.
Intel’s new found dedication to achieving this was found in the 286 and onwards right up to the present day.
website.lineone.net /~geoffkemp/ASS1.htm   (2566 words)

  
 Misc. Item Detail
The 8008 was originally code named the 1201 and was designed as a terminal controller for Control Terminal Corporation or CTC.
The 8008 was architecturally very different than the 4004, but marketing at Intel dubbed it “The new 8008 is twice the 4004”.
This was an important direction for Intel as it laid the groundwork for the 8080 or 1st PC chip.
www.newbegin.com /html/misc__item_detail_53.html   (301 words)

  
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Intel: The #1 Maker of Microprocessors Ann Howard BU324 Fall 1997 November 1996 marked the birthday of the microprocessor.
The 8008 consisted of 3,500 transistors and moved from 4-bit to 8-bit processing with 16 Kbytes of memory.
Intel does have a little bit of competition, however it does still have a strong grip on the number one spot in the industry.
oz.plymouth.edu /~budhp/BU324/intel2.html   (370 words)

  
 Intel 80386 - Computing Knowledgebase - a Wikia wiki
The Intel 80386 is a microprocessor which was used as the Central Processing Unit (CPU) of many personal computers from 1986 until 1994 and later.
The predecessor of the Intel 80386 was the Intel 80286, a 16-bit processor with a segment-based memory management and protection system.
Intel later introduced the Intel 80486, but not until the introduction of EM64T in 2004 did Intel's processors introduce as important a feature as the 32-bit flat addressing made possible by the 80386.
pc.wikia.com /wiki/Intel_80386   (522 words)

  
 Intel Facts
Once Intel realised the potential of the new chips, the company offered Busicom a lower price in return for the rights to the microprocessor design and the rights to market it for non-calculator applications.
It was based on Intel's 8080 microprocessor, had 256 bytes of basic memory, and was programmed by flipping toggle switches on its front panel.
CTC rejected the 8008 because it was too slow and required too many supporting chips, but when Intel offered it to the open market, it was quite successful.
www.coopsjokes.com /amz/amzintel.htm   (1108 words)

  
 Intel Corporation Summary
Intel's core competency is based not only in its chip design capability but in its world class manufacturing operation; the company is at the leading edge of advanced process technology and also has advanced research projects in all aspects of semiconductor manufacturing, including MEMS.
Intel was founded in 1968 by Gordon E. Moore (a chemist and physicist) and Robert Noyce (a physicist and co-inventor of the integrated circuit) when they left Fairchild Semiconductor.
Intel's dominance in the x86 microprocessor market led to numerous charges of antitrust violations over the years, including FTC investigations in both the late 1980s and in 1999, and civil actions such as the 1997 suit by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) and a patent suit by Intergraph.
www.bookrags.com /Intel_Corporation   (3848 words)

  
 Apple II History Timeline
Intel contracts with Gary Kildall, a professor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Pacific Grove, California, to write a computer language that would run on the Intel 4004 processor.
Intel introduces the 8008 microprocessor, which runs at a speed of 200 kHz (or 0.2 MHz), and sells for $360.
Intel introduces the 8080 microprocessor, the successor to the 8008.
apple2history.org /history/appy/ahb.html   (2159 words)

  
 Intel 8080 family
Intel 8080 microprocessor is a successor to the Intel 8008 CPU.
The Intel 8080/8080A was not object-code compatible with the 8008, but it was source-code compatible with it.
Maximum memory size on the Intel 8080 was increased from 16 KB to 64 KB.
www.cpu-world.com /CPUs/8080   (268 words)

  
 Intel 8008   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It was originally commissioned by Computer Terminal Corporation for use in its Datapoint 2200 programmable terminal, but because the chip was delivered late and did not meet CTC's performance goals, the chip was not used in the 2200.
An agreement between Intel and CTC permitted Intel to market the chip to other customers.
The instruction set of the 8008 and subsequent Intel CISC CPUs were heavily based on CTC's design.
www.usapedia.com /i/intel-8008.html   (259 words)

  
 Chronology of Microprocessors
Intel begins work on the layout of the circuit for what would be the 4004 microprocessor.
Intel renegotiates its contract with Busicom, gaining Intel the right to market the 4004 microprocessor openly in non-calculator applications.
Federico Faggin urges Intel management to allow him to begin development of a successor to the 8008 processor.
www.islandnet.com /~kpolsson/micropro   (1379 words)

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