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Catalog Number

102746508

Title

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) 22V10 Programmable Array Login (PAL) development team : oral history panel

Type

Text

Date

2012-07-19

Contributor

Laws, David, Moderator
Miller, Warren, Panelist
Richman, Mitch, Panelist
Sievers, Bill, Panelist

Publisher

Computer History Museum

Place of Publication

Mountain View, California

Extent

28 p.

Description

This panel session brings together some of the key contributors – Warren Miller, Mitch Richman, and Bill Sievers – to the Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) 22V10 PAL device development project. The Am 22V10 was the first proprietary programmable logic device (PLD) introduced by AMD in the mid-1980s. It established a new level of complexity in this sector of the market that allowed many new applications to take advantage of the benefits and flexibility of user-configurable logic solutions and PC-based development tools.

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Subject

Richman, Mitch; semiconductor history; Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD); Sievers, Bill; Monolithic Memories, Inc. (MMI); Intersil; Signetics; Altera; Xilinx; Programmable Logic; PAL; 22V10; Miller, Warren; Fairchild; IM5200

Collection Title

Oral Histories online

Lot Number

X6559.2013