Introduction to the InfoTech Industry, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

The technology breakthrough that enabled the modern computer occurred shortly after the end of World War II, when researchers at Bell Laboratories in New Jersey created the first working transistor on December 16, 1947.  William Shockley, John Bardeen and Walter Brattain later received a well-deserved Nobel Prize in Physics for their groundbreaking work. What started with one transistor has grown at an astonishing rate.  Consider the steady evolution of chips from Apple and Intel:  In 1978, Intel’s wildly popular 8086 processor contained 29,000 transistors.  At the time, this was an immense leap forward in desktop computing.  Fourteen years later, the…

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