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1970s microprocessor chronology
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The 1970s brought the microprocessor revolution with smaller, faster, and cheaper integrated circuits packing all the components necessary for a fully functional system in one to three individual chips.

Year Qt Intel National NEC Rockwell Motorola Toshiba Mostek GI AMI Hitachi Fairchild TI RCA Signetics AMD EA
1971 1Q PPS-25
2Q
3Q
4Q 4004
1972 1Q 8008
2Q PPS-4
3Q
4Q
1973 1Q IMP-16 uPD751
2Q T3472
3Q μCOM 4
4Q
1974 1Q 8080 IMP-8 5065 TMS1000
2Q 6800 T3190
3Q 3000 TLCS-12 CP1600
4Q 4040 IMP-4
1975 1Q PPS-8 9209 HD35404 F8
2Q μCOM 80 COSMAC 1801 2650
3Q μCOM 16 PPS-4/2 COSMAC 1802 Am9080
4Q
1976 1Q SC/MP EA9002
2Q μCOM 41 T3412 HMCS-6800 TMS9900
3Q
4Q

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