When did Intel release the first commercial processor?

Answer The first processor released by Intel was in November of 1971. The Intel 4004 microprocessor helped revolutionize how computers were made and used by consumers. Since 1971, the Intel processor has ... Read More »

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What year did intel release the first commercial processor?

Intel Corp. released the first commercial processor, the Intel 4004, in November 1971. The chip's read-only memory (ROM) made the 4004 programmable, the first general purpose microprocessor. The si... Read More »

When did Intel introduce the first commercial processor?

The Intel C4004 was the first commercially available processor. Introduced in 1971, it featured an entire CPU on a single chip. The 4004 was designed by Federico Faggin, who signed his creation.Sou... Read More »

When did the first Duo processor release?

The original Intel Core Duo processor was released in the first quarter of 2006. Ranging in speeds from 1.06 GHz to 2.33 GHz, the Core Duo was used extensively in PC laptops as well as MacBooks, iM... Read More »

What year did Intel release the Celeron processor?

Intel released the first of the Celeron family of processors on April 15, 1998. The Celeron family was based on the Pentium chip sets, but intended as a cheaper alternative. Intel continues to prod... Read More »