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Computer History. How we got to where we are and what’s next. The Abacas was one of the first calculators. The Original Computer. The Soroban came next. The Slide Rule was an analog computer. First Transistor 1955. The Slide Rule was an Analog Calculator.

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Computer History

How we got to where we are and what’s next


The Abacas was one of the first calculators


The Original Computer


The Soroban came next


The Slide Rule was an analog computer.


First Transistor 1955


The Slide Rule was an Analog Calculator


The Slide rule was used to multiply numbers by using logarithms


Slide Rule early analog computer


Some times the slide rule got out of hand


Circular Slide rule


First Integrated circuit 1955


Mechanical Calculators came next


The Mechanical Adding machine


Early calculator 1889 used for census


COLUSUS-1


EANIAC was developed for US Army 1944


FOSFET 1959


Integrated Circuit 1960


Tubes were used until 1963


Early Computer were made with Tubes


Cord wood tube module for computers


IBM 360 System 1964


First computer mouse 1964Doug Engelbart invented


IBM card reader drum


IBM Core Memory 1965


Bill Gates and Paul Allen in 1968


Ken back -1 1969 kit


First Integrated circuit 1958


Heath Kit EC-1 Analog Computer 1970


First Intel computer chip 1971


Early DEC component board


DEC PDP-11-54 in Software Development Lab for MIL-STD-1553


Intel C4004 first Integrated computer dip chip


Intel 4004 in 1971


Intel 8008 processor


Sinclair MK1 computer was born


Bread board for Bo mar Brain


MITS ALTAIR 680 1970


ALTAIR 8800 started the Minicomputer craze


Intel 8008


MITS ALTAIR 8800 computer kit


ALTAIR 8800 B Computer


ALTAIR with disk accessory


ALTAIR was the birth of the PC boom


Bill Gates and Paul Allen start up Microsoft. 1980


Apple Computer Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak 1977


First Apple Computer and ALTAIR8800


IBM PC 1981the business world wakes up


IBM PC took micro computing to the Business community


IBM PC Man of the year 1982


Z-80 Processor Chip


Intel 8080 processor


RCA 1802 in 1974


IBM Mini computer chip


Early Telephone modem 1975


Commodore SR9190 programmed calculator


HP-35 Calculator 1972


Osborne 1 Portable Computer1981


VisiCalc the reason the PC became a business tool


Paper tape repair tape


HP-65 programmable calculator


Intel 8086 chip set 1977


IBM 5100 Portable Computer


Heath Kit 1 1983


HP-9830 Programmable calculator


RAM Memory card


Computer Museum


Intel 80286 1984


Multi chip integration


Motorola 68000 CPU 1984


Random Access Memory -RAM


Intel 80286 CPU 1982


Intel 80386 1986


Intel 80386 on header 1991


ARPANET 1987


Intel 80486 CPU 1989


First Pentium wafer 1993


Intel Pentium-1 processor 1993


Pentium-3 Architecture


Intel 80586 CPU in 1995


Intel Pentium 4 Chip 2000


Pentium layout


Pentium 1994


Micro processor Architecture


Desktop layout


Laptop components


Mounting base


Laptop Graphic chip


Laptop Battery


Laptop Memory card


Laptop Heat sink and blower


Intel Pentium processor


Intel Lap top duo chip


Laptop processor chip


Intel Family of chips


AMD Athlon 64 Chip


Intel Duo Chips


Intel Duo Core chip


Intel Centrino Duo


Intel Centrino components


Centrino die shot


Intel semiconductor cells


Microprocessor Read Only Memory


Wireless Bluetooth PC Card


Bill Gates shows concern with new software release


Bill Gates forecasts the future


Compaq Alpha 21264 Block Diagram


Bill Gates at NCC Computer Show


ARPANET 1977


Bill Gates busted in New Mexico 1977


Steve Jobs – Apple Computer


Apple 1 prototype 1976


Apple II circuit Board


Apple II 1978


HP-85 Calculator 1978


Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE


COMODORE 64


Commodore PET


Bill Gates in Hologram


First PGA package


Pentium Die crop


35 Years of Microprocessors


Intel Duo Announcement 2006


AMD vs Intel 2006


AMD Athelon 64


Intel Pentium -3


AMD 64 Anthon 2006


Intel Pentium D 2006


Which is better? You be the judge


AMD vs Intel Test Comparison


AMD vs Intel Dual Core Test


AMD vs Intel Dual Core Test


AMD vs Intel Dual Core Test


AMD vs Intel Dual Core Test


AMD vs Intel Dual Core Test


Palm with Trino


Palm with GPS


Bluetooth phone


Quit before you get in to deep Stuff


The Future is cloudy


Past 50 years

  • The most important technology in the past 50 years, is the Integrated Circuit.

  • The most amazing development in the past 25 years, is the Internet Information explosion which will continue at an exponential rate. It has changed our society from an Industrial to an information society.

  • Decision & Timing are Important


Future

  • The most significant development in the next 15 years, will be the nano technology. Here the chemistry, nano-robotics, nano-medicine, and nano-electronics will be combined to make the most astounding break throughs in every field.


Decision & Timing are Important

  • 1.The Wrong Decision, at the Wrong Time, Results in Disaster.

  • 2.The Wrong Decision, at the Right Time, Results in a Mistake.

  • 3.The Right Decision, at the Wrong Time, Results in Rejection.

  • 4.The Right Decision, at the Right Time, Results in Success.


The Future is up to you

  • Some people make things happen,

  • Some people watch things happen,

  • Other people wonder what happened.

  • The rest only criticize those that make things happen,

  • Be part of the solution, and not part of the problem.

  • Keep learning, it is a never ending process.


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