29 May '18, 7pm

MCS-48

MCS-48

They faced a difficult task. Since microcontrollers combined processors and memories in a single package, they presented all of the challenges of developing each along with the challenges of integrating them within a sealed unit. Compounding those technical challenges were the conceptual ones that came with creating a viable commodity of technologies that had been revolutionary only a few years ago — engineers were constantly figuring out where the proper balance between performance and cost lay to appeal to the broadest possible customer base.

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