IBM first in IC memory
This pdf file contains images and text related to the SP95 program established at IBM in 1965. SP95 was a project at the East Fishkill, NY facility that fabricated the component development department'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. Paul Castrucci was a semiconductor pilot line manager at East Fishkill. Later he was Plant Manager of the Essex Junction semiconductor facilty near Burlington, Vermont. Donated by Paul Castrucci. 7 scanned pages.
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