Intel

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Intel is a company which manufactures computer components founded in 1968 by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore. It is best known for its line of microprocessors. Intel sold the first microprocessor with the Intel 4004 in 1971.[1]

Intels Famous Processors

Release Intel Chip Model gHz/mHz/kHz of Processor
November 15, 1971 4004 740-750 KHz
April 1974 8080 2 MHz to 3.125 MHz
1978 8086 5 MHz to 10 MHz
1982 i286 (80286) 5 MHz to 25 MHz
October 1985 i386 (80386) 12 MHz to 40 MHz
April 1989 i486 (80486) 16 MHz to 100 MHz
March 22, 1993 Pentium 60 MHz to 300 MHz
November 1, 1995 Pentium Pro 150 MHz to 200 MHz
May 7, 1997 Pentium II 233 MHz to 450 MHz
February 26, 1999 Pentium III 400 MHz to 1.4 GHz
November 20, 2000 Pentium 4 1.3 GHz to 3.8 GHz
March 12, 2003 Pentium M 900 MHz to 2.26 GHz
May 25, 2005 Pentium D 2.66 GHz to 3.73 GHz
July 26, 2006 Core 2 1.06 GHz to 3.33 GHz

See also

References

Additional Reading

Sixty Years of the Transistor - Intel
The Lives and Death of Moore's Law