24 May '18, 10pm

Intel at 50: The 8080 Microprocessor

Intel at 50: The 8080 Microprocessor

The Intel 8080 is shown on the wafer, as a chip and in its package. Introduced in 1974, the Intel 8080 was an 8-bit chip capable of 290,000 operations per second. The 8080 found its way into thousands of devices as microprocessors proliferated. (Credit: Intel Corporation) A die shot shows the Intel 8080. Introduced in 1974, the Intel 8080 was an 8-bit chip capable of 290,000 operations per second. The 8080 found its way into thousands of devices as microprocessors proliferated. (Credit: Intel Corporation) A photo shows the Intel 8080 on a South African Krugerrand gold coin. Introduced in 1974, the Intel 8080 was an 8-bit chip capable of 290,000 operations per second. The 8080 found its way into thousands of devices as microprocessors proliferated. (Credit: Intel Corporation) A photo shows the Intel 8080 on an aspirin. Introduced in 1974, the Intel 8080 was an 8-bit chip ca...

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