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Chips with Everything

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I worked in the Information Technology/Computer Industry for many years and experienced the evolution from enormous mainframes and punch cards through the era of miniaturisation to today’s Personal Computers.

It has been an amazing ride.

The computer chip (some varieties pictured above) made it all possible.

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Auribins
Auribins
Another powerful, impactful image with strong colours to capture the attention of the viewer.
3 years ago.
Gillian Everett has replied to Auribins
Thanks David:-)
3 years ago.
tiabunna
tiabunna
Yes, the development of computers has been fascinating. Our first was an Amstrad 6128: it was twice as good as a Commodore 64, because it had twice as much memory .... (128K vs 64K).... LOL
3 years ago.
Gillian Everett has replied to tiabunna
Yes, memory and storage developments have been extraordinary, exponential.
3 years ago.
Edward Herdwick
Edward Herdwick
I was on a DEC VAX course back in the 80's, I told the instructor to slow down, as my first experience of data transfer was morse code.......she thought I was joking!
3 years ago.
Gillian Everett has replied to Edward Herdwick
:-) I knew the AS/400 pretty well, and its predecessors. Used to compete against the DEC machines, particularly in the engineering fraternity.
3 years ago.