Fifty years of Intel

Intel is marking its 50th Anniversary this year - here's a look at some key moments in Intel history

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Fifty years of Intel
An Intel archive photo shows Wrinkles, which was manufactured in the 1980s by Canadian toy company Ganz. Intel's MCS-51 was in everything from anti-lock brakes to airplanes to talking dog plushies. Wrinkles was powered by the 80C31BH controller, a part of the MCS-51 family. With an 8-bit CMOS processor and 32K bytes of read-only-memory, the toy dog had a basic vocabulary of 150 words and more than 2,800 combinations of sounds. (Intel Corporation)
  • Fifty years of Intel
  • Fifty years of Intel
  • Fifty years of Intel
  • Fifty years of Intel
  • Fifty years of Intel
  • Fifty years of Intel
  • Fifty years of Intel
  • Fifty years of Intel
  • Fifty years of Intel
  • Fifty years of Intel

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