FLASHBACK ‘71: As part of J&R’s 40th Anniversary Celebration, we are looking back to the technologies and product wizardry from bygone epochs (like the, uh, ’70s and ’80s).
Intel has become synonymous with the term innovative. There’s a good chance that the computer you’re reading this on has an Intel processor inside. 40 years ago today, Federico Faggin completed the 4004 processor, ushering in the modern computer age. Please watch the video for a few words from this brilliant designer.
The chart below provides some astounding facts if the world in general had followed Intel co-founder Gordon Moore’s Law 40 years ago.
What do you think the next 40 years in computing will bring?