ஜூன்-03. Today (June 3, 1990) commemorates Robert Naiz, who founded Intel, a computer chipmaking company.

Today (June 3, 1990) commemorates Robert Naiz, who founded Intel, a computer chipmaking company.
Robert Noyce was born December 12, 1927 in Burlington, Iowa. While attending high school in Grinnell, Iowa, he studied math and science. He graduated from Grinnell High School in 1945. In Physics and Mathematics in 1949 with a B.A. B.A. Beta Kappa graduated. In 1953, he received his doctorate in physics from MIT. Bell Labs was created in 1947. He also intended to create a transistor from an early age in the college physics class. In 1956, while working for the Filvo Corporation, Noyes met William Shackley. William Shockley is one of the Nobel Prize-winning innovators of the transistor. Shackley was assigned to the Semiconductor Laboratory Researchers. He began manufacturing high-speed transistors in Palo Alto, California.

In 1968, Noyes and Moore moved to Fairchild Semiconductor to start their own company. Soon they were joined by another Fairchild colleague, Andrew Grove, who formed Intel Corporation. In 1971, Intel introduced the first microprocessor. It was integrated into a silicon chip with a circuitry for information gathering and information processing. Intel quickly became the leading manufacturer of microprocessor chips. Jack Gilby's ingenuity and ingenuity is about six months ahead of his, but the dog's method is superior to the one-off batches and easy to produce. Even the basic ones that are still used today.

Intel manufactures motherboard chipsets, network interface controllers and integrated circuits, flash memory, graphic chips, embedded processors and other communications and computer related devices. Founded by semiconductor pioneers Robert Noyes and Gordon Moore. Andrew Groove is widely associated with their operational leadership and supervision. Intel combines advanced chip design capability with front-end productivity. It is primarily known for engineers and technicians. Intel's "Intel Inside" advertising campaign of the 1990s made it and its Pentium processor very popular.

In the 1980s, Intel was one of the top ten semiconductor dealers in the world. In 1991, Intel became the largest chip maker by revenue. It left a space that it never had. Other top semiconductor companies include AMD, Samsung, Texas Instruments, Toshiba and ST Microelectronics. PC chipsets include rival companies including Via Technologies, Sis and Nvidia. Priscale, Infinone, Broadcom, Marvel Technology Group and AMCC are rivals in the network sector, and in the flash memory industry, including Spanish, Samsung, Kumonta, Toshiba, ST Microelectronics and Hynix.
He has received awards such as Robert Naizu, Faraday Medal (1979), Harold Pender Award (1980) and John Fritz Medal (1989). Robert Naiz, who started Intel, a computer chip maker, left the world on June 3, 1990, in Austin, Texas, in his 62nd year.
Information: Ramesh, Assistant Professor of Physics, Nehru Memorial College, Puthanampatti, Trichy.

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