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The Legacy of Fairchild Semiconductor
 
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[Recorded Oct 5, 2007] Founded in September 1957 in Palo Alto, California by eight young engineers and scientists from Shockley Semiconductor Laboratories, Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation pioneered new products and technologies together with a youthful enthusiasm and manufacturing and marketing techniques that reshaped the semiconductor industry. The planar process developed in early 1959 revolutionized the production of semiconductor devices and continues to enable the manufacture of billion transistor microprocessor and memory chips today. Fairchild was the first manufacturer to introduce high-frequency silicon transistors and practical monolithic integrated circuits to the market. At the peak of its influence in the mid-1960s, as a division of Fairchild Camera & Instrument Corporation, the company was one of the world's largest producers of silicon transistors and controlled over 30 percent of the market for ICs. Fairchild's extraordinary success stimulated an entrepreneurial fervor that gave birth to the phenomenon of Silicon Valley. Including systems and software businesses, the total number of companies in the Bay Area and beyond with Fairchild roots today lies in the thousands. This lecture was presented during a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the company held at Stanford University and the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California on October 4, 5, and 6, 2007. Introduced by Staff Director of the Semiconductor Special Interest Group of the Museum and Fairchild Alumnus David Laws, the speakers are all Fairchild alumni who went on to make significant contributions to the semiconductor industry. They were asked to explore the lasting impact of Fairchild Semiconductor on Silicon Valley and the world. Wilfred Corrigan earned a BSc in Chemical Engineering from the Imperial College of Science, London, England. After early work at Transitron and Motorola, Corrigan joined Fairchild Semiconductor in 1968. He served as president and chief executive officer of Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation from 1974 until 1979. In 1981 he co-founded ASIC pioneer LSI Logic Corporation where he served as president, CEO, and chairman until 2005. Gordon Moore was born and spent his childhood near San Francisco, California. He earned a PhD in Chemistry and Physics from the California Institute of Technology. He was one of the eight co-founders of Fairchild in 1957. As head of R&D, in 1965 he published an observation on the increase of integrated circuit complexity with time, now known as "Moore's Law" that emerged as one of the driving principles of the semiconductor industry. In 1968 Moore co-founded Intel Corporation with Robert Noyce, became president and CEO in 1975 and held that post until elected chairman and CEO in 1979. He remained CEO until 1987 and was named chairman emeritus in 1997. W. J. (Jerry) Sanders III was born in Chicago. He earned a BS in electrical engineering from Illinois State University and worked at Douglas Aircraft and Motorola before joining Fairchild as a salesman in 1961. He rose to group director of worldwide sales and marketing before leaving to co-found Advanced Micro Devices in 1969. Sanders served as president, CEO. and Chairman of AMD until 2004. Moderator Floyd Kvamme was an early Fairchild marketing manager, vice president of marketing at National Semiconductor, and executive vice president of Sales and Marketing for Apple Computer. He is a partner emeritus at the venture capital firm of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and co-chair of the president's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology. More information on the history of Fairchild Semiconductor can be found at: www.computerhistory.org/semiconductor/ Catalog Number: 102695095 Lot Number: X4933.2009
Fairchild Briefing on Integrated Circuits
 
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[Recorded: October, 1967] This half hour color promotional/educational film on the integrated circuit was produced and sponsored by Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation and first shown on television on October 11, 1967. In the film, Dr. Harry Sello and Dr. Jim Angell describe the integrated circuit (IC), discuss its design and development process, and offer examples of late 1960s uses of IC technology. Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation was one of the most influential early high-tech companies. Founded in Palo Alto California in 1957 by eight scientists and engineers from Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory, Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation was funded by Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation of Syossett, New York. Rapidly establishing itself as a technology innovator based on its invention of the planar manufacturing process in 1959, the company developed the first monolithic integrated circuit, the first CMOS device, and numerous other technical and business innovations. French oil field services company Schlumberger Limited purchased Fairchild in 1979 and sold a much weakened business to National Semiconductor in 1987. In 1997 National divested a group, formed as the present Fairchild Semiconductor, in a leveraged buy-out. The company re-emerged as a public entity based in South Portland, Maine in 1999 under the corporate name Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc. Fairchild Semiconductor presented its new products and technologies with an entrepreneurial style, and its early manufacturing and marketing techniques helped give Californias Santa Clara County a new name: Silicon Valley. It was one of the early forerunners of what would become a worldwide high-tech industry, as evidenced in this short promotional film. Catalog Number: 102651800 Lot Number: X3929.2007
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The Impact of Integrated Circuits, lecture by Robert Noyce
 
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Recorded: May 11, 1984 Robert Noyce is credited with Jack Kilby for the invention of the integrated circuit and co-founded both Fairchild Semiconductor and Intel. In this 1984 lecture, Robert Noyce reviews the development of the integrated circuit from its infancy in the 1950s to the early-1980s as well as its impact on technology and society. Noyce discusses the innovations in transistors that lead to the creation of the integrated circuit. Next, Robert Noyce talks about the technical challenges of building increasingly more compact and more powerful semiconductors as well as the overall effects of Moore's Law. Finally, Noyce looks ahead to the future of semiconductor development that was uncertain at the time of this lecture, but is now in our past. Robert N. Noyce was born in Burlington, Iowa and grew up in Grinnell, Iowa. A physics major at Grinnell College, he graduated with a PhD in physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1953. William Shockley hired him from Philco Corporation to work at Shockley Semiconductor Laboratories in 1956. With eight other employees he left to found Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation in 1957. As general manager of the Fairchild semiconductor operation and a vice president of Fairchild Camera and Instrument, he presided over a decade of innovation in semiconductor technology including co-invention of the integrated circuit. In 1968 Noyce co-founded Intel Corporation with Gordon Moore where he served as President until 1975 when he became Chairman of the Board. He spent much of his later career working to improve the international competitiveness of American industry, including founding and later becoming chairman of the Semiconductor Industry Association. In 1988 Noyce took charge of Sematech, a consortium of semiconductor manufacturers working together and with the United States government. He held 16 patents on semiconductor methods, devices, and structures and numerous awards and honors including the National Medal of Science. Catalog Number: 102703196
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300 W GaN Power Transistor in Action | MACOM
 
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The Rise of Silicon Valley: Shockley Labs to Fairchild
 
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[Recorded Feb 27, 2006] On February 13, 1956, co-inventor of the transistor William Shockley formally announced the establishment of Shockley Labs, Silicon Valley's first semiconductor company. In their modest Quonset hut laboratory on San Antonio Avenue in Mountain View, California Shockley's hand-picked team of some of the nation's brightest young scientists and engineers developed innovative technologies and ideas that forever changed the way we live, work and play. This lecture celebrates the 50th anniversary of this pivotal event in the history of Silicon Valley. Technology historian Michael Riordan is joined by early Shockley employees and associates Jim Gibbons, Jay Last, Hans Queisser, and Harry Sello in this lecture and panel discussion. Catalog Number: 102695088 Lot Number: X4923.2009
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Read and Understood: The Fairchild Notebooks
 
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The Fairchild Patent and Laboratory Notebooks predate the integrated circuit. The work described in them revolutionized the science and manufacturing of microelectronics and drove the explosive growth of the region we now know as Silicon Valley. Fairchild was founded by Gordon Moore, Robert Noyce, Jean Hoerni, Julius Blank, Eugene Kleiner, Victor Grinich, Jay Last, and Sheldon Roberts. The history-making contributions of these entrepreneurs included inventing modern semiconductor manufacturing technology (the planar process); building the first practical integrated circuits; inventing low power CMOS technology that enables today's portable digital devices; and pioneering the development of semiconductor memory. All of these breakthroughs and many others critical to our modern technological society grew from ideas written in these notebooks from 1957 to the 1980s. Thanks to Texas Instruments, which donated the Notebooks in 2012, the Computer History Museum is excited to continue preserving the heritage of Fairchild Semiconductor and its extraordinary founders. CHM encourages monetary donations to continue their work preserving and providing access to the Fairchild Notebooks, you can learn more at http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/fairchild/ Catalog Number: 102740135 Lot Number: X6772.2013
In Your Defense: The SAGE System
 
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The SAGE (Semi-Automatic Ground Environment) System, was designed and built in the 1950s to defend against the threat of Soviet bombers attacking the continental United States. The system was much influenced by the design of MIT's Whirlwind II computer system (which was never completed). IBM designed and built the AN/FSQ-7 computer, the heart of the SAGE program, with companies such as Western Electric (who produced In Your Defense), The Mitre Corporation and System Development Corporation were also major contractors on the project. There were more than twenty SAGE installations located across North America linking hundreds of radar stations, Air Force fighter wings, and missle defense sites in the first large-scale computer communications network. The SAGE network was decentralized and would allow a unit to continue operation even if other sites were disabled. As the Soviet attack threat shifted from long-range bombers to nuclear missles in the 1960's, the SAGE system became less strategic. However, parts of the system continued operation into the early 1980's. This film explains the national security threats of the 1950's and 60's that SAGE was built to defend against, shows the SAGE computer and network in operation and simulates how SAGE would react to an attack on the United States. Catalog Number: 102651595
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Top 10 Popular CPU Instruction Set Today
 
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Ten most recognized Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) family in semiconductor/electronic industry today. Subscribe us: ▶ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Engineering8 ▶ Our Tweets: https://twitter.com/YT_Engineering8 ▶ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Engineering8Channel ▶ Tumblr: http://engineering8.tumblr.com/ ▶ Google+ page: https://goo.gl/upGvEV 10. M16C Designed by Mitsubishi, now owned by Renesas. Consists of 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit microcontrollers (MCU). Can be found in lots of Japanese home and office appliances. CC-BY: by autosdeprimera, https://goo.gl/4s8cKW by Tom Jefferson, https://goo.gl/q9MIVx by KTPH ,https://goo.gl/PvOsQz 9. MIPS RISC based ISA introduced by MIPS Technologies in 1981, now owned by Imagination Technologies. Became leader in the market in 90s when majority game consoles ship with it. It's also popular in universities for teaching CPU architecture due to its simplicity and proper implementations of RISC philosophy. Today, some routers and entry level Android tablets are produced with MIPS SoC. CC-BY: by RCR Wireless News, https://goo.gl/zPTiHN by MrVenom1974, https://goo.gl/L2TWJX by TA31 Entertainment, https://goo.gl/xqEuIa 8. AVR Developed at university in Trondheim, Norway in 1996. MCUs produced called Atmega families which consists of various 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit MCU models produced by Atmel. Very popular among hobbyists and became even popular as Arduino solutions launched. Still, as popular as it is, Atmel eventually acquired by Microchip Inc., their nemesis as how fans from both parties portrayed about it. CC-BY: by ARMdevices.net, https://goo.gl/PuMH91 by HomoFaciens, https://goo.gl/3ck8pb by Atmel, https://goo.gl/8I8JJx 7. V850 Developed by NEC, V850 is the most used instruction set among 17 ISA families in Renesas catalog. Heck, it's the world's most popular MCU in 2008/9. Used extensively by Japanese automobile players, and some PC hardware peripherals. CC-BY: by AReResearch, https://goo.gl/0s9M6l by MMD, https://goo.gl/fI1tsu 6. Power Architecture At first developed by IBM under the name POWER ISA, while PowerPC was created shortly after in mission to rival x86 in early 90s. PS3 and XBox 360 among its user. Nowadays, Power computers produced by IBM used in HPC and enterprise segments. by retrogamefox, https://goo.gl/kQbdND by helmut satzger, https://goo.gl/ODrcMw 5. SPARC Introduced by Sun Microsystems which now owned by Oracle, SPARC is open ISA nonetheless. Fujitsu and Oracle are the only vendors producing SPARC CPUs for use in data center and HPC market. Stands for Scalable Processor Architecture (SPARC), it is the best architecture for running multicore-multicpu applications. In fact, K computer listed as world's best supercomputer for running any parallel applications according to Graph500. CC-BY: by , https://goo.gl/fum8sN 4. PIC A billion unit of MCUs sold annually, without doubt PIC family MCU should be in the list for being popular by both hobbyists and industry alike. The family encompasses 8-bit and 16-bit MCU with 16-bit dsPIC and 32-bit as its derivatives. Its MCUs offer loads of features which other competing MCUs usually lacks for its class makes it a main point of its popularity beside huge community and libraries available online. CC-BY: by unlokia, https://goo.gl/tBrhjm by Terry Sturtevant, https://goo.gl/VBVZbr 3. 8051 / MCS-51 8-bit MCU architecture launched by Intel in 1980 for embedded systems. Most used MCU family until early 90s while its derivatives, MCS-151 and MCS-251 which produced by other vendors remains popular as Intel already stop MCU productions a long time ago. 2. x86 Intel become king of PC hardware environment as result of successful Microsoft-Intel duopoly since late 80s and remains popular today in data center and desktop segments. Have a hard time penetrating mobile market for the past 8 years, now Intel sort of give it up and focusing on enhancing their presence in HPC and data centers by introducing co-processor and FPGA-x86 SoC in future product like Xeon Phi. CC-BY: by dReviews, https://goo.gl/azvjHD by PasionMovil, https://goo.gl/2Iav1D by La taverne de John-John, https://goo.gl/Vp1uni by World of Warships, https://goo.gl/jGblJg 1. ARM Available as an IP license for any vendor to use from ARM holdings since 1985, now this concept proven successful as today 15 billion ARM MCU/CPU produced in 2015 alone and keep growing. Today, almost every electronic devices contain ARM MCUs if not CPU. For every x86 computers sold, at least 3 ARM cores co-existed in forms of PC peripherals controller such as HDD, SSD, WiFi card, etc. CC-BY: by Cellhut.com, https://goo.gl/SXuruA by ARMdevices.net, https://goo.gl/RgjWxu and https://goo.gl/ze577s Disco Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100602 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Oral History of Toshimasa Kihara
 
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Interviewed by Doug Fairbairn, on 2016-06-21 in Tokyo, Japan, X7649.2016 © Computer History Museum Kihara-san spent the bulk of his career working on microprocessor related programs at Hitachi Semiconductor. He graduated from the University of Tokyo where he earned both BS (1969) and MS (1971) degrees in applied physics. He immediately went to work for Hitachi, where he started in the semiconductor business group. Kihara began working on all aspects of semiconductor design including architecture, circuit design and layout, developing an important foundation for his later work, which was related to microprocessors. He describes Hitachi’s early work in microprocessors, including licensing of Motorola’s 6800 processor and Hitachi’s later decision to pursue their own SuperH series of microprocessors. These found widespread success and adoption in a variety of applications, including automotive engine control. Kihara-san held several senior management responsibilities in these various programs. He has now retired from Hitachi and is involved with a small company in some potentially revolutionary developments in Flash memory technology. * Note: Transcripts represent what was said in the interview. However, to enhance meaning or add clarification, interviewees have the opportunity to modify this text afterwards. This may result in discrepancies between the transcript text and the video recording. Please see the transcript for further information: http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102738175 Visit computerhistory.org/collections/oralhistories/ for more information about the Computer History Museum's Oral History Collection. Catalog Number: 102738174 Lot Number: X7649.2016
PSoC® Creator™ Tutorial: Exploring the Component Catalog
 
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This video discusses the different features of the PSoC Creator Component Catalog.
Littelfuse LSCR Series Semiconductor Fuse Blocks
 
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Littelfuse LSCR Series Semiconductor Fuse Blocks presented by Katie Rydzewski for Galco TV. Buy the items featured in this video at 800-337-1720 or visit: http://www.galco.com/shop/LSCR-Littelfuse-Semiconductor-Type-Fuseblocks-and-Holders?source=YouTubeText Modular‑designed Semiconductor fuse blocks are designed to accommodate a wide range of Semiconductor fuses, with a maximum diameter of 3". LSCR Series Features: - Modular Design Reduces Inventory Requirements - Sold in Pairs for Convenience - Constructed of Molded Phenolic - UL Recognized To find more Littelfuse Semiconductor-type Fuse Blocks visit: http://www.galco.com/shop/Littelfuse-Semiconductor-Type-Fuseblocks-and-Holders?source=YouTubeText For more Littelfuse Fuse Blocks & Holders go to: http://www.galco.com/get/Littelfuse-Fuseblocks-and-Holders?source=YouTubeText And for the full line of Littelfuse Products visit: http://www.galco.com/find/Littelfuse?source=YouTubeText Galco is a Factory Authorized Stocking Distributor for Over 150 Brands of Industrial Electrical & Electronic Automation, Controls and Component Products; On-Site and Send-In Repair Services for Industrial Control & Automation Products for Over 2,000 Brands; Engineered Systems Integration, Retrofits & Upgrades for Variable Speed Drives, CNC, PLC Systems, Dynamometers & Test Stand Applications. Visit us online at http:// www.galco.com or call us at 800-337-1720. http://www.galco.com/safety With respect to the usage, installation or assembly of any products described in this video, Galco Industrial Electronics, Inc., a Michigan corporation, encourages you to follow the requirements and/or guidelines of: i) the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, Public Law 91-596, as amended, and all laws, rules and regulations implemented in relation thereto; ii) the National Electric Code®; and iii) NFPA 70E®. Any installation, assembly or work described in this video should be performed by a qualified licensed electrician. GTV, Galco, galco.com, Galco Industrial Electronics, and Galco Industrial Electronics, Inc. are registered and/or pending registered trademarks under the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, assumed names, registered domain names, and/or trade names of Galco Industrial Electronics, Inc., a Michigan corporation. LEGAL DISCLAIMER: While we have made every attempt to ensure that the information provided is accurate and has been obtained from reliable sources, Galco is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All information is provided "as is", with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained from the use of this information, and without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including, but not limited to warrantees of performance, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. At all times you should defer to the instructions and safety guidelines issued by the manufacturer. In no event will Galco, its agents or employees thereof be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken in reliance on the information provided to you or for any consequential, special or similar damages, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
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Микросхемы ОЗУ Alliance Memory. Вебинар
 
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Что делать, когда используемые в проекте микросхемы ОЗУ вдруг становятся недоступны? Или срок поставки микросхем памяти вырастает до 18 недель. Компания Alliance Memory создана как производитель SRAM и DRAM микросхем памяти, снимаемых с производства другими производителями. Наиболее тесное сотрудничество у компании с Micron Semiconductor. Alliance также развивает свою линию SRAM и DRAM памяти. Для производителей устройств, в спецификации которых крайне сложно внести изменения, будет интересно, что Alliance сохраняет оригинальные наименования микросхем Micron. Содержание: » Почему следует обратить внимание на ОЗУ Alliance Memory? »» производит то, что перестают производить другие компании »» pin-to-pin совместимость с продукцией других компаний »» привлекательный срок производства »» минимальный объём заказа »» доступность документации » Продуктовый портфель Alliance Memory » Области применения ОЗУ Alliance Memory » О компании Alliance Memory Задать вопросы докладчику можно по e-mail [email protected], через форму обратной связи на сайте https://www.macrogroup.ru или по телефону 8-800-333-0605 доб. 775. Микросхемы памяти ищите тут https://www.macrogroup.ru/catalog/productline/667
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Littelfuse PSR Series High-Speed Fuses
 
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Power converter designs require extremely fast circuit protection for sensitive power semiconductor devices. Littelfuse POWR-Speed and PSR Series of high speed fuses deliver more protection and are easy to specify
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Find Replacement Electronics Parts at GetSpares.com
 
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http://GetSpares.com - At GetSpares.com we buy and sell new and used electronic parts and components for industrial and semiconductor manufacturing. Visit our website today to browse our online electronics parts catalog.
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CHM Live | Cleanrooms and Dirty Water: The Environmental Legacy of Silicon Valley
 
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Silicon Valley, the world’s most dynamic center of digital innovation, has more Superfund sites than any other region in the United States. In this talk, Christophe Lécuyer, professor of the history of science and technology at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris, reconstructs the chemical handling and disposal practices of semiconductor firms that caused this environmental debacle and were the source of high illness rates among Silicon Valley workers. Lecuyer also investigates the controversies that brought the region’s health and water contamination crises to light in the late 1970s and first half of the 1980s. These controversies were initiated by radical labor activists interested in unionizing Silicon Valley. In order to mobilize workers and build community support for the organizing of the semiconductor industry, they attacked corporate negligence regarding employee safety and health and the storage of toxic chemicals. Their campaign led to a revolution in safety in Silicon Valley and large-scale environmental remediation efforts supervised by the Federal government. Lot Number: X7937.2017 Catalog Number: 102738189
HiRel High Temperature Products Overview
 
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Texas Instruments HiRel has introduced a portfolio of standard catalog semiconductor devices for extreme temperature operation. These components form a complete signal chain roadmap for High Temperature industrial and aerospace applications. TI High Temperature (HT) parts are characterized to +210°C, operate in an extended temperature range of -55°C to 210°C, and have a high temperature operating life of 1000 hours
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HALIOS® gesture control | world's best solution for consumer applications
 
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HALIOS® goes mobil. The no. 1 IR gesture sensor in the automotive market offers now the world's best gesture solution for consumer applications. The new Elmos Gesture IC is named: E909.11 Ultra Low Power HALIOS® (HALIOS = High Ambient Light Independent Optical System) This unique gesture control IC ensures far reaching, stable proximity detection and an ALS input enables highly improved quality for well known features. Proven optical reliability -- the original from the inventor! Lowest current consumption together with the outstanding HALIOS® advantages makes this product suitable for every (mobile) device. The high HALIOS® frequency shortens the active measurement time to the minimum. Easy to use due to optimized pre-settings based on many years of application experience. For more information please visit www.elmos.com and click - Products - Sensor - HALIOS® Then click in the column "Part-No./Function" the red-colored product name E909.11. About Elmos (www.elmos.com): Elmos is a developer and manufacturer of semiconductor based system solutions. We always offer the one product to the customer that is just the right answer to his challenges. Be it a chip tailored to specifi c requirements, a standard product ready for use in a short amount of time, or a complete micro system as a symbiosis of sensor and read-out electronics. This product catalog contains an excerpt of our standard products to deliver insight into our capabilities. Feel free to contact us with any specifi c requirements which we will be happy to fulfi ll with a customized solution.The group was founded in 1984 and has about 1,000 employees worldwide.
Oral History of Andrew Heller
 
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Interviewed by Uday Kapoor on 2017-02-28 in Mountain View, CA X8120.2017 © Computer History Museum Andrew Heller has had a distinguished career in the computing industry spanning over 46 years of tireless service. In his 23 years at IBM he was honored by being the youngest person ever appointed to the prestigious post of IBM Fellow, along with numerous other technical and business honors. While at IBM he served in many technical and management capacities including the job of Corporate Director of Advanced Technology Systems directing a wide range of R & D activities within IBM. He also served as a member of the Executive Committee On Technology (ECOT) and on the executive Technical Review Board (TRB) overseeing long term technology commitments for the company across the operating units. In his last position at IBM, he served as the General Manager of the Independent Business Unit responsible for UNIX and workstation activities within IBM. The Independent Business Unit created, architected and developed the AIX operating system and the RISC RS 6000 workstation and server line. Today's Power PC and SP2 are also direct descendants of that activity. After leaving IBM, he worked in the venture capital firm of Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield, and Byers, (KPCB) a well known Silicon Valley Venture capital pioneer, as a consulting partner where he worked with numerous start up companies helping them both in formulating and defining their business plans and in the early stage execution of those plans. He represented KPCB on the boards of S3, Rambus, n-Chip etc.. During this time he also served as a consultant for IBM and Xerox. Until the end of 1993 he served as the Chairman and CEO of HaL Computer Systems, a very aggressive hardware/software system startup with operations in both Silicon Valley and in Austin, Texas. Hal produced the first commercial 64 bit microprocessors and the unix based operating system modified to support this operating mode (almost 10 years before Intel produced their first commercial 64 bit microprocessors). He stayed until the company was purchased by Fujitsu, Ltd. and for several years continued as a consultant to Fujitsu. He is currently involved in working with early stage startup companies and serves on numerous boards of directors and advisory boards of high technology, software, networking, data mining, and other related technology companies. In addition he serves on several nonprofit boards in Austin in the music, arts and medical fields. He continues to operate his privately held consulting firm of Heller Associates based in Austin Texas. His current client list boasts worldwide clientele representing many of the largest corporations in the semiconductor, computer, communications, and software industries. * Note: Transcripts represent what was said in the interview. However, to enhance meaning or add clarification, interviewees have the opportunity to modify this text afterward. This may result in discrepancies between the transcript and the video. Please refer to the transcript for further information - http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102706897 Visit computerhistory.org/collections/oralhistories/ for more information about the Computer History Museum's Oral History Collection. Lot number: X8120.2017 Catalog number: 102706898
Oral History of Jack Carsten
 
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Interviewed by Jeff Katz, on 2015-07-24 in Mountain View, California, X7549.2016 © Computer History Museum In this oral history, Jack describes the details of his long career in semiconductors at Texas Instruments (TI) and Intel, and later moving into venture. He grew up in the Midwest, received a BS in Physics at Duke University and then moved to Dallas to work for TI. He worked on a variety of projects, both military and commercial, and became general manager of the TTL division in Houston from 1969-1973. He subsequently took over as GM of the MOS division in Houston. From there, Jack was recruited to go to Intel in 1975. While there he played a significant management role as GM of the microprocessor business and later the memory business. While running memory, Carsten had to oversee the exit from the memory business and the layoff of about 4000 employees. Carsten found his time at Intel to be both challenging and rewarding. During the period 1976 to 1983, the overall business grew from $300M to about $1.5B. He speaks highly of the leadership offered by Noyce, Moore and Grove, although he notes that Grove had his blind spots and drove off many key executives. Upon leaving Intel in 1987, Carsten went to US Venture Partners as a General Partner until 1990. He then founded his own investment firm, Technology Investments. In 1998, Carsten founded Horizon Ventures, where he remains as GP to this day and currently manages eight companies. He also continues to make angel investments from Technology Investments. * Note: Transcripts represent what was said in the interview. However, to enhance meaning or add clarification, interviewees have the opportunity to modify this text afterward. This may result in discrepancies between the transcript and the video. Please refer to the transcript for further information - http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102737945 Visit computerhistory.org/collections/oralhistories/ for more information about the Computer History Museum's Oral History Collection. Catalog Number: 102737945 Lot Number: X7549.2016
Legacy of Gary Kildall: The CP/M IEEE Milestone Dedication
 
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The Legacy of Gary Kildall: The IEEE Milestone Plaque Dedication April 25, 2014 In 1974, Gary Kildall, an instructor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey and a consultant to Intel, developed CP/M (Control Program for Microcomputers), the first portable disk operating system for microcomputers, in his tool shed office in Pacific Grove. Together with his wife Dorothy McEwen, Kildall founded Digital Research, Inc. in Pacific Grove, California in 1976 to promote the software that, together with the microprocessor and the disk drive, would provide one of the three fundamental building blocks of the personal computer revolution. By the early 1980s DRI employed several hundred people and reported that "More than a million people are now using CP/M controlled systems." The stories of DRI's demise in the face of competition from Microsoft and IBM and of Kildall's tragic death in 1991 continue to fuel myths and conspiracy theories to this day. This video records a session recorded in Pacific Grove City Hall and the unveiling of a plaque outside the former DRI headquarters at 801 Lighthouse Avenue on April 25, 2014 installed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering to commemorate the first working prototype of CP/M. The IEEE Milestone in Electrical Engineering and Computing program honors important events in electrical engineering and computing. Achievements such Thomas Edison's electric light bulb, Marconi's wireless communications, and Bell Labs first transistor are recognized with a plaque in an appropriate location. The program includes comments by Howard Michel, IEEE President-Elect, a conversation with former DRI vice presidents Gordon Eubanks and Tom Rolander moderated by Computer History Museum Semiconductor Curator David Laws, and reminiscences by former National Semiconductor CEO Brian Halla and software consultant John Wharton recalling their roles as Intel engineering liaison to DRI. Brian Berg, a member of the IEEE Santa Clara Valley History Committee and the Asilomar Microcomputer Workshop Organizing Committee, one of the sponsors of the event introduces the speakers, including Gary Kildall's son, Scott. More information on the IEEE Milestone is posted at: http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Milestones:The_CP/M_Microcomputer_Operating_System,_1974 Background on Gary Kildall and CP/M is at: http://www.computerhistory.org/atchm/gary-kildall-40th-anniversary-of-the-birth-of-the-pc-operating-system/ Catalog Number: 102746908 Lot Number: X7170.2014
DAC 2015 IP Talks: Tom Hackett, Cadence
 
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http://www.chipestimate.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/chipestimate https://www.facebook.com/chipestimate https://twitter.com/chipestimate Tom Hackett, Product Marketing Director, Cadence Topic: Cadence VIP Catalog ChipEstimate.TV delivers the latest trends and information on IP and semiconductor design along with upcoming events in the EDA industry. ChipEstimate.TV offers complete video and multimedia production services in the Bay Area, producing high quality, cost effective video content. Contact: Sean O'Kane [email protected]
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Plug-and-Play Gesture Solution with HALIOS®
 
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The no. 1 IR gesture sensor in the automotive market offers now the wold's first plug-and-play gesture solution for industrial applications. The new Elmos Gestere IC is named: E527.16 Gesture Switch. Together with the ready-to-use E527.16 Reference Design everybody has the possibility to bring unique innovation to your products and market. The Elmos IC E527.16 is a fully functional gesture control solution for all types of lamps. The complete functionality of the HMI, starting from the gesture recognition up to the controlling of the illumination is implemented and merged together. Alternative settings allow a customized solution for individual concepts and innovative products. For more information please visit www.mechaless.com or www.elmos.com and click - Products - Sensor - HALIOS®. Then click in the column "Part-No./Function" the red-colored product name E527.16. About Mechaless (www.mechaless.com): MECHALESS based in Bruchsal (Germany) is the competence center for touchless HMI systems of Elmos Semiconductor AG. Mechaless is the world wide HALIOS® competence center inside the Elmos Group. About Elmos (www.elmos.com): Elmos is a developer and manufacturer of semiconductor based system solutions. We always offer the one product to the customer that is just the right answer to his challenges. Be it a chip tailored to specifi c requirements, a standard product ready for use in a short amount of time, or a complete micro system as a symbiosis of sensor and read-out electronics. This product catalog contains an excerpt of our standard products to deliver insight into our capabilities. Feel free to contact us with any specifi c requirements which we will be happy to fulfi ll with a customized solution.The group was founded in 1984 and has about 1,000 employees worldwide.
An Evening with Jim Morgan of Applied Materials
 
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[Recorded April 30, 2008] With one of the longest tenures of any FORTUNE 500 CEO, James C. Morgan, has more than three decades of experience in forging ahead in technology and global growth. Morgan has left a legacy of contributions to the Information Age, making his mark with his continuing vision and leadership. He has been the chairman of the board of Applied Materials since 1987 and served as chief executive officer for 26 years from 1977-2003. Among his many honors, he is a recipient of the National Medal of Technology for his industry leadership and for his vision in building Applied Materials into the world's leading semiconductor equipment company. He is also a recent recipient of the Spirit of Silicon Valley Lifetime Achievement Award from the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, for his ethics, community engagement and business success, and the Semiconductor Industry Association Robert N. Noyce Award, for his outstanding achievement and leadership in support of the U.S. semiconductor industry. Instrumental in the creation of the Tech Museum Awards which launched in 2000, Morgan inspired the program's James C. Morgan Global Humanitarian Award, which honors individuals whose broad vision and leadership help address humanity's greatest challenges. Past recipients have included Bill Gates and Gordon Moore. He is an advisory board member for the Center for Science, Technology, and Society at Santa Clara University, and is active with The Nature Conservancy, a global nonprofit organization which establishes nature sanctuaries, serving as a member of the board of directors, a member of its Asia-Pacific Council, and as a trustee of The Nature Conservancy of California. Catalog Number: 102695022 Lot Number: X4937.2009
What's All This About Gallium Arsenide?, lecture by Seymour Cray
 
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What's All This About Gallium Arsenide?, lecture by Seymour Cray. The video was recorded in November 1988. From University Video Communications' catalog: "Seymour Cray discusses the history of supercomputing and the evolution of the supercomputer industry, reviews the development of the Cray-1 and Cray-2, and discusses the new role of gallium arsenide in the Cray-3 and Cray-4. He then answers questions from the audience." Lot number: X6636.2013 Catalog number: 102741363
ES121 Electronic Screwdriver Plus A Tool One Can Make For It
 
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See this excellent motion control stainless steel screwdriver designed for use on small screw take down & assembly work. Plus see a pin-chuck drill adaptor one can make on a lathe to go with it. PRODUCT LINK BELOW:- Upgraded MINI ES121 Electric Screwdriver -- https://goo.gl/7t4Ujf
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CHM Live I Tomorrow’s Computers: More Moore?
 
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[Recorded August 15, 2018] A single iPhone today has more power than the NASA computer that took astronauts to the moon. A smartwatch has more memory than computers that used to fill an entire room. So how did we get here? In 1965, Intel and Fairchild Semiconductor cofounder Gordon Moore predicted that the number of electronic components squeezed onto an integrated circuit will double each year. This bold observation, now widely known as Moore’s Law, has not only resulted in smaller, faster, and cheaper computer chips, but has also enabled the creation of life-changing technologies, from smartphones to spreadsheets. When Moore made his prediction, there were about 30 components on a chip and transistors cost about $8 .Today, billions of transistors fit on a chip the size of your fingernail and transistors cost a mere billionth of a penny. However, computing companies have already reported that the rate of acceleration Moore predicted is slowing. In a 2015 interview with IEEE Spectrum, Moore himself predicted that we are approaching the limits of his observation. Could Moore’s Law truly come to an end and what could this mean for the future of technological innovation? Center for Software History Director David C. Brock leads a conversation with Intel Senior Fellow and Director of Process Architecture and Integration Mark Bohr and Director of Microsystems Technology Office at DARPA William Chappell about the status of Moore’s Law, the limits of silicon, and the emerging alternative technologies that will shape the future of computing. The event was preceded by the unveiling by IEEE 2017 President Karen Bartleson of an IEEE Milestone bronze plaque for Moore's Law. Lot number: X8746.2019 Catalog number: 102738866
Как светят санлайки?? субъективные ощущения от СОЛНЦЕПОДОБНЫХ светодиодов SunLike LEDs TRI-R 2018
 
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Bipolar Translinear Circuits, lecture by Barrie Gilbert
 
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Bipolar Translinear Circuits, a lecture by Barrie Gilbert. The video was recorded in February, 1991. From University Video Communications' catalog: "The remarkably accurate exponential relationship between the collector current I(c) and base-emitter voltage V(BE) of a bipolar transistor is the foundation for many linear and nonlinear signal-processing circuits. This relationship results in the transcon-ductance dI(c)/dV(BE) being a linear function of collector current, whence the name translinear. This lecture begins by considering the physical origins of this behavior and its modeling, then presents and analyzes some basic translinear forms. Circuits containing closed loops of bipolar devices exhibit especially valuable properties; an important principle will be derived and illustrated with several examples, including wide band gain cells and multipliers." Lot number: X6636.2013 Catalog number: 102624678
Arrow and National - Simple Switcher Power Module Video - Part 1
 
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Arrow Electronics and National Semiconductor - Simple Switcher Power Module Video - Part 1 with Martin Moss http://www.arrownac.com/offers/power-module/
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Oral History of Pierre Lamond
 
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Interviewed by Doug Fairbairn and Marguerite Gong Hancock on 2017-06-30 in Mountain View, CA X8254.2017 © Computer History Museum This oral history track’s Pierre Lamond’s life and career from Paris in 1930, where he was born, through multiple companies and venture capital firms in Silicon Valley. He developed an early interest in electronics listening to “Radio France Libre” broadcast from London during WWII. He served in the French Army for a period in the 1950’s. During the early 1950’s, he taught himself about solid state devices and eventually found a job at Transitron in Boston. He went to work there in October 1957 After several years, he became disenchanted with Transitron, and moved on to Fairchild Semiconductor in 1961, where he spent much of his time working in R&D under Gordon Moore. In 1967, he joined with Charlie Sporck to move over to National Semiconductor. He took a detour to become CEO of Coherent Radiation in 1976 and then to Advent in Boston, but he eventually returned to National in 1978. The next major career step was to move into venture capital in 1982, at which time he joined Don Valentine, an old Fairchild colleague, at Sequoia Capital. Since then, Lamond has remained active in venture investing with a variety of firms, including Khosla Ventures. As of 2017, he continues to be an active investor in several companies. * Note: Transcripts represent what was said in the interview. However, to enhance meaning or add clarification, interviewees have the opportunity to modify this text afterward. This may result in discrepancies between the transcript and the video. Please refer to the transcript for further information - http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102738291 Visit computerhistory.org/collections/oralhistories/ for more information about the Computer History Museum's Oral History Collection. Lot number: X8254.2017 Catalog number: 102738292
Revealing The Natural World In Flux
 
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Visual art duo Semiconductor don't see art and science as two different disciplines, but as a single method for creative exploration. For more information: http://thecreatorsproject.com/creators/semiconductor The Creators Project is a partnership between Intel and VICE: http://thecreatorsproject.com/ ** Subscribe to The Creators Project: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_to_TheCreatorsProject Check out our full video catalog: http://youtube.com/user/TheCreatorsProject/videos Facebook: http://fb.com/thecreatorsproject Twitter: http://twitter.com/creatorsproject Tumblr: http://thecreatorsproject.tumblr.com/
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Mitsubishi ALIMASTER Series End Mills for Aluminum Alloys
 
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Solid Carbide End Mill product brochures are available for download at http://www.mitsubishicarbide.com/mmus/en/product/catalog/solid_end_mill.html Mitsubishi ALIMASTER Series Carbide End mills -SCEM- are designed to meet the demands of the Aerospace and Semiconductor Industries. These two market segments would seem to be opposites but in reality both produce parts that require the quality, performance and consistency that ALIMASTER end mills brings to the process. The ALIMASTER product offering is extensive with end mills engineered specifically for roughing through finishing of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys. One of secrets to ALIMASTER performance is its cross sectional flute geometry. The ALIMASTER unique flute geometry improves vibration resistance, promotes smooth chip disposal and increases cutting edge strength to prevent edge chipping. Standard in the offering are Undercut/Relieved Neck designs for machining deep wall faces. Mitsubishi Materials ALIMASTER end mills are available in a wide range of diameters starting at 3mm. With seven unique configurations to choose from (C-2MHA, C-2SA, C-3SA, C-3SARB, C-SRA, C-MRA and C-SRARB), the ALIMASTER series of end mills may soon be your go to SCEM SOLUTION for Aluminum milling. If you are stuck in the slow lane and need to improve your Aluminum Milling, contact your local Mitsubishi District Manager and take the ALIMASTER or AXD7000 challenge. To see all Mitsubishi Cutting Tool product channels on YouTube, follow link: http://www.youtube.com/user/mitsubishicarbide/videos?view=1 Or Visit one of our product specific channels below: The Cutting Edge: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1CEA67C978F3029D&feature=view_all Turning & Boring Channel: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0D406ECCFFF53995&feature=view_all Milling Channel: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL648BF1B051AE20F0&feature=view_all Drilling Channel: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6960075BD195101A&feature=view_all Grooving Channel: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3AD4CC3127719A38&feature=view_all Swiss Tooling Channel: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0FBAAF2F0230343C&feature=view_all CBN Channel: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBB88F97F9A2B5376&feature=view_all Solid Carbide End Mill Channel: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7A1549BEF477EDDB&feature=view_all Mitsubishi Materials USA - Cutting Tools, Social Media Sites: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MitsubishiMaterials.US.CuttingTools Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/MMUSCuttingTool YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/mitsubishicarbide Additional Resources: Experience Mitsubishi Carbide's Patented Online Catalog with downloadable CAD files http://www.mitsubishicarbide.net/mmus/en/catalogue/index.html More Mitsubishi Cutting Tool Videos can be found at http://www.mitsubishicarbide.com/mmus/en/product/video/index.html Questions please contact: Technical Support at 1-800-486-2341 Or Email [email protected] Secure technical inquires can be submitted to Mitsubishi Materials at https://www.mitsubishicarbide.com/mailform/mmus/en/literature/form.html Thank you for taking the time to view this video and please visit Mitsubishi Materials USA at http://www.mmus.com
Fix Realtek HD Audio Manager Missing from Windows 10
 
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Fix Realtek HD Audio Manager Missing from Windows 10 If you are having problems with realtek audio driver then this video is for you. Sometimes your Realtek HD Audio Manager can have a issue after a windows update, sometimes uninstalling the driver with revo uninstaller and then reinstalling will resolve the issue. Follow these step by step guide on fixing / repair Realtek HD Audio Manager. Download Latest Realtek High Definition Audio Driver http://www.realtek.com/downloads/ Latest Realtek High Definition Audio Codecs https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=6.0.1.8366 Download free revo-uninstaller https://www.revouninstaller.com/revo_uninstaller_free_download.html Join our forum http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
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