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February 10: Niagra Falls Hydroelectric Project Begins

 

 Sometimes I find incorrect information. On this day I wrote about a release which didn’t happen until the 26th. Therefore, I have redacted the post information and put this Editor’s note up. If you find other errors on the site, please let me know. Thanks! Wikazine – Full show notes for February 10 Steve Jobs lays off 280 NeXT employees and sells hardware to Canon Microsoft’s 10,000 patent 400 GB DDoS attack Thomas Watson Sr. orders the Selective Sequence Controlled Calculator (SSEC) to be built Niagara Falls Hydroelectric project begins production Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe! iTunes |...

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May 7, 1997: Intel Pentium II Introducing the Slot 1 Processor

 

 1997 – Intel changes the processor game a bit with the Pentium II processor. Starting at speed of 200 MHz / 66 MHz bus, the proc had a new design. What was called “Slot 1″ processor, Intel got away from the pin architecture to a card slot. You would insert the PII to the slot just like you would memory, an ISA or PCI card. What was Code-named Klamath, the processor incorporated 7.5 million transistors using 0.35 micron process technology, contained a 512kB Level-2 external cache,  performs at 613 MIPS (300 MHz), and is able to address 64GB of memory. MMX instruction was...

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March 22, 1993: First Pentium Processor Shipped

 

 1993 – The first Pentium processors get shipped out. The 80586, invented y Vinod Dahm, ran at 60 and 66 MHz clock speeds. 3.1 million transistors and 4 GB of addressable memory. It was fabricated in a 0.8 µm BiCMOS process. It was replaced by the P54C. Wikazine – Full show notes for March 22 The Vinyl version of the DVD – the CED – was patented The first laser was patented to Bell Telephone Labratories BLEEM! begins accepting pre-orders Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe! iTunes | RSS | More Subscribe Options

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