The development of monolithic integrated circuit memory chips at IBM Corporation
Rappa, Michael A.
Strategic Management Research Center, University of Minnesota
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This paper describes the the SP95 project at the East Fishkill, NY facility that fabricated IBM's first monolithic integrated circuit, a 16-bit, system-protect memory array for the System 360 Model 95. Phase 2 of the program led to 64 and 128-bit devices that paved the way for IBM's transition from core to semiconductor main memory that was described in 1971 as the "biggest technology push in IBM's history. Donated By Paul Castrucci. 15 scanned pages.
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