25 Jun '18, 2am

#IamIntel

#IamIntel

Frohman debuted his prototype EPROM in February 1971 at the Solid-State Circuits Conference in Philadelphia. Gordon Moore recalled the demonstration: “Dov projected a film that displayed the bit pattern in the EPROM memory cells. As the cells were exposed to ultraviolet light, the bits dropped out one-by-one until all that was left was the familiar Intel logo. … The bits fell, and when the final one disappeared, the entire audience broke into applause. Dov’s paper was voted the best at the conference.”

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