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3rd Generation of Computers.

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Transcript of 3rd Generation of Computers.

3rd. Generation
of Computers 1964 1970 By: Bryson Burr 1964 - 1970 The IC chip ( integrated circuit) was the start of the 3rd generation of computers The point was to build a complete electronic circuit into a single block of material The IC chip was made in 1958 but wasn't used in computers until 1964 It eliminated the mess of wires that would connect single transistors, resistors, capacitors, etc. The IC chip was small, light weight and portable. In 1964, IBM released the system/360, the first computer to use the IC chip as its main processing technology. The System/360 Jack Kibly Robert Noyce http://www.cci-compeng.com/Unit_5_PC_Architecture/5205_3rd_Generation.htm born November 8, 1923 Engineer who helped make the IC chip. died June 20, 2005 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Kilby born December 12, 1927. helped jack make the IC chip. died June 3, 1990 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Noyce IC chips were also used to replace the Core memory stack. In 1970, IBM invented the system/370 The first mainframe to use the IC chip for both
processing and memory The system/370 came with 2mb of memory The first machine to use " virtual image" system/370 100mb removable
disk pack. The 100mb disk pack was used for the system/370 Douglas Englebart first mouse. born January 30, 1925 finished 1st mouse in 1970 Started making mouse in 1968 handed a wooden shell and
2 metal wheels. it was nickname was the "mouse" later it was licensed to Apple
for 40,000 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 system/360 PDP-8 CDC 6600 IBM 1360 HAL 9000 RS-232 system/370 first computer mouse The End
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