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Computer hardware/software: Hardware: Microprocessors and memories marry software: Modular programs and “kernels” arrive

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The great new fact in computer technology is that we now have large-scale integrated microprocessors. Major semiconductor manufacturers are beginning to supply off-the-shelf microprocessors, and sixteen-bit units with 2- to 3-μs instruction times are now available in chip form for about $150.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 1 )