Intel the Microcomputer Company:
When Intel invented the microprocessor in 1971, it created the era of
microcomputers. Whether used as microcontrol/ers in automobiles or microwave
ovens, or as personal computers or supercomputers, Intel's microcomputers
have always offered leading-edge technology. In the second half of the 1980s, Intel
architectures have held at least a 75% market share of microprocessors at 16 bits and above.
Intel continues to strive for the highest standards in memory, microcomputer components,
modules, and systems to give its customers the best possible competitive advantages.
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