From Bell Labs to Silicon Valley : a saga of semiconductor technology transfer, 1955-61
The Electrochemical Society
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Despite the fact that the Bell Telephone Laboratories had originated almost all the silicon technology eventually used to invent the integrated circuit, or microchip, this revolutionary breakthrough occurred elsewhere — at Texas Instruments, Inc. and Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation. Article from: The Electrochemical Society Interface, Fall 2007, pages 36-41 by Semiconductor Special Interest Group member Michael Riordan.
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