Artifact Details

Title

Intel 8051 Microprocessor oral history panel

Catalog Number

102658339

Type

Document

Description

This oral history panel includes members of the engineering team that developed the Intel 8051 8-bit microcontroller (MCU) that became one of the most widely used MCUs over the next decade in applications such as automobiles, appliances, and computer peripherals. Today it remains a popular architecture for use in embedded applications.

Date

2008-09-16

Contributor

Adams, George, Interviewee
Blume, Henry Jr., Interviewee
Ekiss, John, Interviewer; Interviewee
Hume, Shep, Interviewee
Laws, David, Interviewer; Editor
Towle, Ronald, Interviewee
Wharton, John, Interviewee
Wickersheim, Bob, Interviewee
Wong, Bill, Interviewee

Publisher

Computer History Museum

Place of Publication

Mountain View, California

Extent

34 p.

Category

Transcription

Subject

Intel; 8048; 8748; 8051; 8751; microcontroller; Microprocessor; embedded; x86; in-circuit emulator; ICE; erasable programmable read-only memory (EPROM); MCU; CMOS; Zilog, Inc.; Motorola; Adams, George; Blume, Henry Jr.; Hume, Shep; Towle, Ronald; Wharton, John; Wickersheim, Bob; Wong, Bill; Ekiss, John; semiconductor history

Collection Title

Oral history collection

Lot Number

X5007.2009