Intel Processors

The Intel is the world’s largest manufacturer of PC microprocessors and the holder of the x86 processor architecture patent. The Microprocessors made by Intel Corporation form the foundation of all PCs. Models after the 8086 are often referred to by the last three digits (for an example, the 286, 386, and 486 ). The many of the microprocessors have come in different varieties that run at various clock rates. An Itanium was the Intel’s first microprocessor based on the 64-bit architecture that known as IA 64. The Intel’s latest and sixth-generation chip is called the Pentium Pro. The Gordon Moore is famous for Moores law, and Robert Noyce is a co-inventor of the IC, founded Intel in the year of 1968.  The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

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