Who is created the first microprocessor?
Asked by sanghamitrasahoo, 20 Aug '07 09:25 am
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The first commercial microprocessor was the Intel 4004 which appeared in 1971. This was the CPU member of a set of four LSI integrated circuits called the MCS-4, which was originally designed for use in a calculator but was marketed as "programmable controller for logic replacement". The 4004 is referred to as a 4-bit microprocessor since it processed only 4 bits of data at a time. This very short word size is due mainly to the limitations imposed by the maximum integrated circuit density then achievable.Answered by LALITKUMAR RANA, 20 Aug '07 09:28 am
Federico Faggin of INTELAnswered by Rishi Sharma, 20 Aug '07 09:26 am
God.... your brain........ :)Answered by Insane Guy, 20 Aug '07 09:26 am