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Facts about "MCS-80 - Intel"
designerIntel +, Federico Faggin +, Masatoshi Shima + and Stan Mazor +
full page nameintel/mcs-80 +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
instruction set architecture8080 +
main designerIntel +
manufacturerIntel +
nameIntel MCS-80 +
packageDIP40 +
process6,000 nm (6 μm, 0.006 mm) +
technologynMOS +
word size8 bit (1 octets, 2 nibbles) +