Intel

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USA based developer and manufacturer of computer hardware and software, designed the world's first microprocessor in conjunction with Japanese company "Busicom" in the early 70's and is the company behind the x86 standard used on IBM PC, IBM PC AT and Personal System/2 (PS/2) class computers alongside clones and compatible systems.

Standards developed by Intel

Products

Microprocessor

  • 8008 - 8-bit (1972-1983)
  • 8080 - 8-bit microprocessor
  • 8085 - 8-bit microprocessor
  • 8086 - 16-bit microprocessor
  • 8088 - 16-bit microprocessor with 8-bit external data bus
  • 80186
  • 80188
  • 80286

Coprocessor

  • 8087 - floating-point coprocessor
  • 80187 - math coprocessor
  • 80287 - math coprocessor
  • 8089 - input/output coprocessor

Microcontroller

  • 8041 - Universal Peripheral Interface (UPI)
  • 8042 - keyboard controller
  • 8048 - microcontroller (used in keyboards)
  • 8049 - microcontroller
  • 8051 - microcontroller
  • 8061 - microcontroller

I/O Chips

DMA controller
  • 8237
  • 8237A - direct memory access (DMA) controller
Programmable Interval Timer
  • 8253 - PIT used by IBM PC
  • 8254 - PIT used by IBM PC AT
Programmable Peripheral Interface
  • 8255 - Programmable Peripheral Interface (PPI)
Interrupt controller
  • 8259A - Programmable Interrupt Controller (PIC)
Clock generator
  • 8284 - clock generator
  • 82284 - clock generator
Bus controller
  • 8288 - bus controller
  • 82288 - bus controller for 80286

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