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EVOLUTION OF PROCESSORS

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Transcript of EVOLUTION OF PROCESSORS

Brief history of computers
Various Technical Definition
Introduction of IC technology
Functions of Microprocessor
Various stages of development of Computer
Various leading Processor manufacturing companies

What are microprocessors???

1972
The Intel® 4004 processor, Intel’s
first microprocessor, powered the
Busicom calculator and paved the
way for the personal computer
EVOLUTION OF PROCESSORS

1975
The Altair 8800 microcomputer, based
on the Intel® 8080 microprocessor, was
the first successful home or personal
computer.
1976
An operator in an early bunnysuit shows how a 4-inch
wafer is prepared for a positive acid spin.
1981
The Intel® 8088 microprocessor was
selected to power the IBM PC.
1982
Within 6 years of its release, an estimated
15 million 286-based personal computers
were installed around the world.
1989
The National Academy of Engineering
named the microprocessor one of ten
outstanding engineering achievements
for the advancement of human welfare.

Throughout history, new and improved technologies
have transformed the human experience. In the 20th
century, the pace of change sped up radically as we
entered the computing age. For nearly 40 years
Intel innovations have continuously created new
possibilities in the lives of people around the world.
The Revolution Begins
1994
Intel chips powered
almost 75 percent of all
desktop computers.
1995
Released in the fall of 1995, the Intel® Pentium® Pro
processor was designed to fuel 32-bit server and
workstation applications, enabling fast computer-aided
design, mechanical engineering and scientific
computation.
1998
The Intel® Pentium II Xeon
processors feature technical
innovations specifically designed for
workstations and servers that utilize
demanding business applications.
2001
The Itanium® processor is the
first in a family of 64-bit
products
from Intel and is designed for
high-end, enterprise-class
servers and workstations.
2003
Intel® Centrino® mobile technology brought
high performance, enhanced battery life,
and integrated WLAN capability to thinner,
lighter PCs.
2005
Dual-core technology
was introduced.
2006
Intel launched four processors for servers
under the Xeon 5300 brand, and another
processor under the Core 2 Extreme
series for high performance computing.
These "quad-core" processors show
improved performance over others with
just one or two processing cores.
So oN core i3, Core i5 & Core i7
Presendented by
Soban Khan
Hashim Khan
Mariyam Arif
Mr.Hudaib
Any Question about Processors?????
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