Bob Noyce typed himself a one page idea of what he wanted to do with his new company, and that was enough to convince San Francisco venture capitalist Art Rock to back Noyce's and Moore's new venture. Rock raised $2.5 million dollars in less than 2 days.
Andy Groves, Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore
The name "Moore Noyce" was already trademarked by a hotel chain, so the two founders decided upon the name "Intel" for their new company, a shortened version of "Integrated Electronics". Intel's first money making product was the 3101 Schottky bipolar 64-bit static random access memory (SRAM) chip.
One Chip Does the Work of Twelve
In late 1969, a potential client from Japan called Busicom, asked to have twelve custom chips designed. Separate chips for keyboard scanning, display control, printer control and other functions for a Busicom-manufactured calculator. ...
Technically, because it is a national law, copyright laws pertain to every person living in the United States. Only the artists that make their own work, if they don’t sell the rights, can do whatever they want with the piece they create. The real question is: Is Napster violating the law?Many recording artists and record labels have been in a chaos about this simple program since its popularity in early 2000.
Computer, machine that performs tasks, such as mathematical calculations or electronic communication, under the control of a set of instructions called a program. Programs usually reside within the computer and are retrieved and processed by the computer's electronics, and the program results are stored or routed to output devices, such as video display monitors or printers. Computers are used to perform a wide variety of activities with reliability, accuracy, and speed.
Always Saturday, I go to the computer-class! I study about Pascal Program and another interesting things:
Internet program ,how I use : Paint , Microsoft Word E.t.c
In my free time I play the XXI century games: Underground 2, Sims 2, Half-life 2 and Doom III! It is nice and I like very much!!
In the software world, like in ethical world, if a good belief exists, such as everything will be perfect, things can fall completely on the other side. People think, and make different decisions, but understanding the way how they make those decisions, and discuss the opinions with others, will help reach a better agreement.
Nowadays, the bascules are still operated by hydraulic power, but since 1976 they have been driven by oil and electricity rather than steam. The original pumping engines, accumulators and boilers are on show as part of the Tower Bridge Exhibition, and you can also see the current machinery and control cabins when you come on a "Behind The Scenes Tour". (Behind The Scenes Tours must be pre-booked)
Proof of the strong economical development are some of the city's architectural structures, some of which can still be seen today :
- The Gothic Cathedral and its 75-meters (246 ft.) steeple overlooking the city. The construction started in 1470 and finalized almost 100 years later (1564)
In 1547 Vassily’s son, Ivan IV (known as Ivan the Terrible) was the first Russian ruler crowned as “Tsar and Autocrat of All the Russians” in the Cathedral of the Assumption in the Moscow Kremlin.
Ivan expanded Muscovy far south till the Caspian Sea by the conquest of the Tatar Khanates of Kazan and Astrakhan. The victory at Kazan in 1552 was celebrated by the construction of St Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow.
Russia had gained control of the whole of the Volga region and Bashkiria. The conquest of the Kazan, followed by that of Astrakhan in 1556, also found an open way along the Kama River to Siberia, with its enormous wealth of furs and mineral resources. The military advance into Siberia began with the campaign of Yermak, who was a hetman (‘headman’) of the Cossacks.
Yermak with eight hundred Cossacks advanced over the Ural mountains into the Ob River basin of Western Siberia and defeated the last Tatar defences. As a result of Yermak’s campaign, Russians gained control ...
Prior to 1902, the ground floor served as the president’s work area. This floor now features the Library, which was completely reorganized in 1962; the Vermeil or Gold Room, which serves as a display room as well as a ladies’ sitting room; the China or “Presidential Collection Room,” which includes a wide exhibit of White House China; the Diplomatic Reception Room, formerly a boiler room; and the Map Room, from which president Franklin Delano Roosevelt monitored the events of World War II.
American History, a history of black people in the United States from their arrival in the Americas in the 15th century until the present day. In 1996, 33.9 million Americans, about one out of every eight people in the United States, were black. Although blacks from the West Indies and other areas have migrated to the United States in the 20th century, most African Americans were born in the United States, and this has been true since the early 19th century. Until the mid-20th century, the African American population was concentrated in the Southern states.
The next three elements are major parts of that society—its culture, economy, and government. History tells the story of how people created a society. It details how people adapted to geographical settings, how they constructed and changed their economy and government, and how their culture changed along the way. Thus all of the six topics—geography, people, culture, economy, government, and history—form a progression of interconnected topics.
II E PLURIBUS UNUM: THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE E Pluribus Unum is the United States motto, appearing on the nation’s coins and paper money, and on many of its public monuments. It means “From many, one.” First used to unify the 13 British colonies in North America during the American Revolution (1775-1783), this phrase acquired new meaning when the United States received wave after wave of immigrants from many lands. These immigrants had to find ways to reconcile their varied backgrounds and fit together under a constitution and a ...
He and Saint Marius aided the Christian martyrs and secretly married couples, and for this kind deed Saint Valentine was apprehended and dragged before the Prefect of Rome, who condemned him to be beaten to death with clubs and to have his head cut off.
He suffered martyrdom on the 14th day of February, about the year 270. At that time it was the custom in Rome, a very ancient custom, indeed, to celebrate in the month of February the Lupercalia, feasts in honor of a heathen god.
Harvey Wilcox soon drew up a grid map for a town, which he filed with the county recorder's office on February 1, 1887, the first official appearance of the name Hollywood. With his wife as a constant advisor, he carved out Prospect Avenue (later Hollywood Boulevard) for the main street, lining it and the other wide dirt avenues with pepper trees, and began selling lots. Daeida raised money to build two churches, a school and a library. They imported some English holly because of the name Hollywood, but the bushes did not last.
By 1900, Hollywood also had a post office, a newspaper, a hotel and two markets, along with a population of 500 people. Los Angeles, with a population of 100,000 people at the time, lay seven miles (11 km) east through the citrus groves. A single-track streetcar line ran down the middle of Prospect Avenue from Los Angeles, but service was infrequent and the trip took two hours.
The First American Thanksgiving is attributed to the autumnal feast held by the Pilgrims and Massasoit in 1621. The Mayflower passengers, having survived a rather challenging winter in the "New World" and having managed to harvest their surviving crops, hosted a feast which was an English tradition that signaled the end of harvest time.
Bill Gates este unul dintre cele mai sonore nume din lume. Este cunoscut în primul rând ca şi creator al imperiului Microsoft, cel care a revoluţionat practic utilitatea şi folosirea unui calculator, dar şi ca fiind cel mai bogat om din lume, a căruia avere depăşeşte 50 miliarde de dolari.
Sprijin pentru cercetare
Una dintre cele mai importante părţi ale Internetului a fost construită la mij-locului anului 1980, cu sprijinul Fundaţiei Naţionale de Ştiinţă a Statelor Unite (FNS), pentru a permite tuturor cercetătorilor universitari din ţară să benificieze de resursele costisitoare ale celor cinci centre de calcul regionale , pe care FNS le construia simul-tan.
Referat despre Microprocesorul Intel P6
P6, prezentat la CeBIT '95, se remarcã de la prima vedere prin forma deosebitã - datoratã memoriei cache de nivel 2, integratã în capsulã, dar ca un al doilea cip - si numãrului mare de pini: 387. Performantele duble fatã de un PENTIUM la 100 Mhz - 200 SPECint92 si 200 SPECfp92 - sînt efectul integrãrii a 21 de milioane de tranzistori, pusi sã "lucreze" la un ritm de 133 MHz. Tehnologia pentru prima versiune de P6 este BiCMOS 0,5microni 4M (patru straturi metalice), dar deja pentru anul viitor se prevede un model realizat în tehnologie de 0,35 microni care va putea lucra la 200MHz.
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