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Intel

A major manufacturer of semiconductor computer chips. It makes motherboards, integrated circuits, embedded processors, and similar products. Founded in 1968, it originally developed and manufactured SRAM and DRAM memory chips. Intel is publicly-traded on exchanges all over the world and is a component on the DJIA, NASDAQ 100, and S&P 500 indices.
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On this day 40 years ago, Intel Corporation introduced the world's first commercially available microprocessor - the Intel[R] 4004 - triggering the start of the digital revolution.
For example, compared to the Intel 4004, today's second-generation Intel[R] Core[TM] processors are more than 350,000 times the performance and each transistor uses about 5,000 times less energy.
LOT 4004 - KG 440 +450 high and low voltage systems: The Klinikum Coburg is located topographically in the southern city of Coburg.
Block 3S will provide additional functionality to aircraft 4004 and allow it to accomplish a significant amount of flight testing," Bender said.
This total represents a 25 percent improvement over Ship 4004, the baseline for comparisons in the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase of the F-22 program.
By the time our production rate peaks at 36 aircraft per year, we expect to be producing F-22 mid-fuselages in 160 manufacturing days, using about 75 percent less time than the midsection for Ship 4004," Dougherty said.
2 version will be delivered in January 2000 and will support 4004 taxi and first flight testing.
2 delivery, the next critical avionics milestone is delivery of Block 3S avionics, which will provide additional functionality to aircraft 4004 and allow it to accomplish a significant amount of flight testing.
The Xerox 4004 is expected to broaden the market for PC users who are looking for alternatives to low-quality, high-noise dot-matrix printers, of which there are more than 50 million worldwide.
The 4004 uses Xerox developed and patented ink-jet technology to produce 300-by-300 dot-per-inch resolution, comparable in performance to today's home laser printers, most of which cost twice as much.