Intel 4001 ROM CPU Silicon Wafer Chipset Integrated Circuit, Silicon Valley 1971
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Fine art print of a historic vintage Intel 4001ROM CPU silicon wafer chipset integrated circuit. Wonderful six inch silicon wafer of the Intel ROM (Read Only Memory) from the beginning of semiconductor manufacturing in Silicon Valley in1971.
Title: Intel 4001 ROM CPU Silicon Wafer Chipset Integrated Circuit, Silicon Valley 1971
Date Created/Published: San Jose, Ca 1971
The Intel 4004 and supporting chipset
The 4004 is the world's first microprocessor, is signed with the initials F.F., for Federico Faggin, its designer. The Intel 4004 is a 4-bit central processing unit (CPU) released by Intel Corporation in 1971. It was the first commercially available microprocessor by Intel. The chip design started in April 1970, when Federico Faggin joined Intel, and it was completed under his leadership in January 1971. The 4004 was history’s first monolithic CPU, fully integrated in one small chip. The 4004 microprocessor was one of 4 chips constituting the MCS-4 chip-set, which included the 4001 ROM, 4002 RAM, and 4003 Shift Register. With these components, small computers with varying amounts of memory and I/O facilities could be built.
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