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1970 1k-Bit DRAM: The LSI era was born in a technical competition between semiconductor and core memories

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It was 1968, and most semiconductor manufacturers were busily mass-producing discrete bipolar components and medium-scale bipolar logic circuits. Bipolar semiconductors were functional and convenient and popular, and few IC companies wanted to take any risks with exotic and untried technologies.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 11 )