Intel launches its first 8-bit chip

Intel launches its first 8-bit chip

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  • The History of Intel Processors

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Intel designed and manufactured 8-bit microprocessor called Intel 8080. It became the engine of the Altair 8800, and subsequent S-100 bus personal computers, until it was replaced by the Z80 in this role, and was the original target CPU for CP/M operating systems developed by Gary Kildall.

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