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  Intel 8088 microprocessor family
Intel 8088 microprocessor was released in 1979, or one year after the Intel 8086 CPU.
Both processors have the same architecture, and the only difference of the 8088 CPU from the 8086 is the external data bus width - it was reduced from 16 bits to 8 bits.
The 8088 CPU uses two consecutive bus cycles to read or write 16 bit data instead of one bus cycle for the 8086, which makes the 8088 processor to run slower.
www.cpu-world.com /CPUs/8088   (300 words)

  Intel 8088
The prefetch queue of the 8088 is 4 bytes, as opposed to the 8086's 6 bytes.
A factor for using the 8-bit Intel 8088 version was that it could use existing Intel 8085-type components, and allowed the computer to be based on a modified 8085 design.
Intel bubble memory was on the market for a while, but Intel left the market due to fierce competition from Japanese corporations who could undercut by cost, and left the memory market to focus on processors.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/i/in/intel_8088.html   (289 words)

 Intel 8086   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Intel 8088 was a version with an eight-bit external data bus.
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.
Other factors were the 8-bit Intel 8088 version, which could use existing Intel 8085-type components, and allowed the computer to be based on a modified 8085 design.
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 CPU-World: From Intel 4004 CPUs to AMD K10 and Intel Core 2 CPU families
Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650, Intel Celeron 400 series with Conroe-L core, and AMD Phenom processors.
Nov 15 As you know, Intel released 0.045 micron Xeon processors earlier this week.
While there were 1.2 GHz samples manufactured by Intel with a few different QDF (Qxxx) numbers, no production parts were produced.
www.cpu-world.com   (1056 words)

 Intel 8086
Shortly later the Intel 8088 was introduced with an external 8-bit bus, allowing the use of cheap chipsets.
It was based on the design of the 8080 and 8085 (it was Assembly language 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.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/80/8086.html   (593 words)

 Intel Corporation - Computing Knowledgebase - a Wikia wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1979, Intel released the Intel 8088, which caught the attention of IBM, who chose to use Intel's 8088 Processor as the base in their new Personal Computer system.
In 2000, Intel shifted processor technologies to Netburst, and the Pentium 4 Range was born, along with the SSE2 instruction set.
Intel later made the SSE3 Instruction set addition to the prescott core in 2004, and in early 2005, adding support for EM64T and the NX Bit to the Pentium 4.
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 PC Processors Guide by x86.org   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Therefore Intel was at the right place at the right time when IBM made their historic decision to use the 8088.
Intel continued their attempts at closing the architecture to the exclusion and elimination of their competition.
Intel continued the evolution of the 8086 and 8088 by introducing the 80186 and 80188.
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Intel 8086 and 8088 ------------------- The Intel 8086 was released on June 6, 1978.
Intel 80486 ----------- The 486 processor was roughly twice as fast as a 386 running at the same clock speed.
Intel did offer an upgrade from the 486SX to the 486DX by installing the OverDrive processor to restore the missing circuits, but at the cost of reduced proximity to the main CPU circuitry.
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 RoughlyDrafted: Why Apple Hasn't Used Intel Before part 2   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Intel's next-generation P6 technology was initially released as the Pentium Pro.; it was an even larger processor than the Pentium, more expensive, and had disappointing performance for Windows 95's existing 16-bit software.
Attempting a move to Intel's processors would not only have been a far more difficult technical effort for Apple (because the Pentium was abysmal at emulating the 68000 fast enough), but it would have been a difficult business case to make as well.
Intel's latest designs weren't even performing well in the PC world, and it looked like the x86 architecture was running out of steam.
www.roughlydrafted.com /July05.whynointel2.html   (649 words)

 What is Intel 8088? Address Lines First IBM Math Coprocessor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the mid-1960s, Intel co-founder Robert Noyce discovered a way to shrink electronic circuitry onto a single silicon chip.
Intel's CPU made it possible for general businesspeople to access processing power that was once the province of a mainframe machine that filled an entire room.
The 8088 is, for all practical purposes, identical to the 8086.
bugclub.org /beginners/processors/Intel-8088.html   (165 words)

 Intel from FOLDOC   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A range of Intel CISC microprocessors which is part of the Intel 80x86 family of processors.
The 80186 was an improvement on the Intel 8086 and Intel 8088.
The 8088 was the processor used in the original IBM PC.
www.instantweb.com /foldoc/foldoc.cgi?Intel   (3749 words)

 Olympus MIC-D: Integrated Circuit Gallery - Intel 8088 Microprocessor
Squeezing 29,000 transistors onto a sliver of silicon using 3.0 micron technology, the Intel 8088 central processing unit (CPU) was produced in two versions: one with a clock speed of 5 MHz capable of 0.33 MIPS (millions of instructions per second) and the other at 8 MHz and 0.75 MIPS.
Intel's first venture in 16-bit computing, the 8086, was not related to the previous silicon electronic devices (4004, 8008, 8080).
The 8088 was Intel's first really successful CPU because it was adopted by IBM for their PC and XT models and by most XT-class clones.
www.olympusmicro.com /micd/galleries/chips/intel8088a.html   (385 words)

 An Intel 8088 Maximum Mode Single Board Computer System: a Computer Science Student Design and Construction Project
The 8088 may be placed into a non-ready state by grounding either of the RDY inputs on the 8284.
All in all the 8088 system represents a flexible tool that may be easily built with a minimum of parts and expanded at a later time without having to change any of the existing hardware.
8088 signals during a halt state may then be examined.
www.cs.binghamton.edu /~reckert/sbc.htm   (1664 words)

 RoughlyDrafted: Why Apple Hasn't Used Intel Before part 1
Intel offered a 16-bit processor, the 8086, but IBM actually picked the 8-bit version, the Intel 8088.
Intel was actually stuck with improving upon the 8088 to feed the PC market.
Intel also offered far more modern technology; one example is the i960, a RISC processor Intel pitched to NeXT for the original Cube.
www.roughlydrafted.com /July05.whynointel.html   (641 words)

 Lloyd Borrett - Computing - Articles - Which CPU Should You Purchase
IBM and Microsoft made an announcement at Comdex in November that their "Platform for the 90s" was to be based on the capabilities of the Intel 80386SX, 80386, 80486 and future Intel family microprocessors.
Intel themselves have been running an advertising campaign in the USA which stresses you should always choose an 80386SX over an 80286 or earlier microprocessor.
The Intel 80386SX is to the 80386 as the original 8088 is to the 8086.
www.borrett.id.au /computing/art-1990-02-02.htm   (2274 words)

 Summary Report on the Intel Corporation
Intel was initially incorporated in the state of California in 1968, but later moved its incorporation to Delaware in 1989.
Intel has been authorized to issue up to a maximum of 1.5 billion shares of common stock and 50 million shares of preferred stock by its letters of incorporation filed in Delaware.
Intel makes no representation that Materials in the site are appropriate or available for use in other locations, and access to them from territories where their contents are illegal is prohibited.
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 Computer Processor Information (CPU)
The 8088 was the first Processor used in the original IBM PC and XT personal computers because it was less expensive than the 8086 microprocessor because of the availability of less expensive eight-bit data bus supporting chips made it the microprocessor for the IBM PC.
INTEL 80286 (Code Name: P2) - Microprocessor introduced by Intel in 1982 which commonly is referred to as the 286 processor.
INTEL PENTIUM II (Code Name: Klamath) - Initially the Pentium II 233MHz was released in 1997 and introduced a new physical architecture which encased a circuit board within a plastic case.
www.computerhope.com /help/cpu.htm   (1655 words)

 A CPU History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The first four generations of Intel processor took on the "8" as the series name, which is why the technical types refer to this family of chips as the 8088, 8086, and 80186.
The 8088 is, for all practical purposes, identical to the 8086.
In 1990, Intel released the 80386SL, which was basically an 855,00 transistor version of the 386SX processor, with ISA compatibility and power management circuitry.
www.pcmech.com /show/processors/35/1   (1000 words)

 INTEL 8088
The Intel 8088 was a computer processing unit (CPU) based on the 8086, with 16-bit registers and an 8-bit external data bus.
The 8088 was targetted at economical systems by allowing the use of 8-bit designs.
The descendants of the 8088 line include the 80188, 80288 (obsolete), and 80388 microcontrollers which are still in use today.
www.websters-online-dictionary.org /definition/english/IN/INTEL+8088.html   (397 words)

 CPU History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The first four generations took on the "8" as the series name, which is why the technical types refer to this family of chips as the 8088, 8086, and 80186.
Intel went off and changed the name on this one.
Intel brought the PC to the 64-bit level with the Pentium Processor in 1993.
www.ecsel.psu.edu /~tflair/history.htm   (1081 words)

 Different AMD & Intel Processors
The Intel Pentium 4 processor Extreme Edition supporting HT Technology features 3.46 GHz with 2 MB of L3 cache and 3.73 GHz with 2 M of L2 cache to offer high levels of performance targeted specifically for high-end gamers and computing power users.
Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology is available on the 600x processors is available only on some of the 5x models (571, 561, 551, 541, 531, and 521).
Intel Pentium D processors are designed to provide users with more power while running multiple applications (for example, editing videos while downloading files).
www.webopedia.com /DidYouKnow/Hardware_Software/2005/processor_list.asp   (1502 words)

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The Intel 80286 is an x86-family 16-bit microprocessor that was introduced by Intel on February 1, 1982.
In real mode, these processors imitate the Intel 8088 and 8086 microprocessors, although they run much faster.
While this was a great improvement over the unprotected 8086, giving programmers the ability to separate code, data and stack, to limit the lengths of segments, and to move segments around in memory transparently, it was clear that Intel didn't have backwards compatibility in mind with the new mode.
www.lycos.com /info/intel-80286.html?page=2   (358 words)

 Bit, CPU, â€, für, IBM, zieht Intel 8088
Der Intel 8088 ist ein 1979 vorgestellter 16-Bit-Mikroprozessor von Intel.
Von seinem bereits 1978 eingeführten "großen Bruder", dem Intel 8086 unterscheidet er sich ausschließlich durch seinen nur acht Bit breiten externen Datenbus und eine von sechs auf vier Byte verkleinerte Befehlswarteschlange (engl.
Die Entscheidung IBMs für den 8088 begründete den Erfolg der x86-Familie, obwohl die CPU bei vielen Fachleuten eher als schwachbrüstig und die ganze Architektur schon damals als wenig zukunftsweisend galt.
www.dbilink.de /Intel-8088.html   (260 words)

 CT 30 - 8088 Microprocessor
The 8088 is functionally identical internally with the Intel 8086 device, having the same data flow, interrupt mechanisms, and instruction set.
The 8088 has two methods of dealing with I/O. The first is identical to that of the 8080 and 8085, in that a simple one-byte port address is used and the data is sent or received via the A register.
The Intel 8086 and 8088 were the first to use the idea of a coprocessor to augment and enhance the main MPs’ instruction set.
faculty.lacitycollege.edu /Colantrs/c30new/notes/c308088.html   (6646 words)

 GameDev.net - 80x86 Optimizations
Summary: Optimizing code for 8088, 80286, 80386 and 80486 microprocessors is difficult because the chips use significantly different memory architectures and instruction execution times.
Optimizing for the 80x86 family by aiming down the middle is quite different from optimizing for the 8088, but many PC programmers are inappropriately still applying the optimization lore they've learned over the years on the PC (or AT).
One of the best things about string instructions on the 8088 is that they require little instruction fetching, because they're 1-byte instructions and because of the REP prefix; however, instruction fetching is less of a bottleneck on newer processors.
www.gamedev.net /reference/articles/article369.asp   (3712 words)

 Intel, REI sign licensing agreement - Rochester Electronics Inc takes over manufacturing of Intel 8088 microprocessor ...
Santa Clara, Calif.--Under terms of an agreement between Intel and Rochester Electronics Inc. (REI), one of the earliest microprocessors in the Intel x86 family--the 8088 microprocesor--will no longer be manufactured by Intel.
The move also portends the closure of an Intel fab in Oregon where the products were previously manufactured, and will result in the end-of-life of some of Intel's products.
Intel said it was not longer economicaly feasible for the company to manufacture 4-inch wafers.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0EKF/is_n2118_v42/ai_18345990   (539 words)

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