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  2. Marcian Hoff - Wikipedia

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    Hoff received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1958. He applied for his first two patents based on work done for the General Railway Signal Corp. of Rochester, New York during the summers of his undergraduate study. [4] He received a National Science Foundation Fellowship to enroll in Stanford University, where he received his master's degree in 1959 and his Ph.D. in 1962. [4]

  3. Marcian “Ted” Hoff | Stanford University School of Engineering

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    Marcian “Ted” Hoff — architect of the Intel 4004, the first microprocessor. Marcian “Ted” Hoff is best known as the architect of the first microprocessor — the Intel 4004. Released in November 1971, the 4004 sparked the microprocessor revolution that came to define Silicon Valley. Hoff earned both his master’s degree and PhD in electrical engineering at Stanford, where he studied under a National Science Foundation Fellowship.

  4. Inventors HOF Inductee Marcian Hoff Invented the Microprocessor

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    Born Oct. 28, 1937. Marcian "Ted" Hoff, Jr. led the team at Intel that defined the architecture of the first single-chip computer CPU, after which the CPU was designed in the MOS group under different leadership. Hoff was born in Rochester, New York and received his undergraduate degree in 1958 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

  5. Marcian Hoff - CHM

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    Marcian "Ted" Hoff was born in Rochester, New York, in 1937. He received his BS in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1958) and an MS (1959) and PhD (1962) from Stanford University. Hoff joined Intel in 1968 and is credited with the idea of using a universal processor to replace custom-designed circuits. This arose from a contract Intel had with Japanese company Busicom to build a set of integrated circuits for their new electronic calculator.

  6. Marcian (Ted) Hoff, Jr. | IEEE Computer Society

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    Marcian “Ted” Hoff, Jr. (b. 1937) joined Intel in 1968 as employee number 12 and is credited with devising the idea of a universal processor to replace custom-designed circuits. He is credited with having invented the microprocessor in 1971, although he proposed the architectural idea and an instruction set formulated with Stanley Mazor in 1969, and Federico Faggin independently created the innovative silicon design, essential to its realization, in 1970–1971.

  7. Marcian Hoff - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Medalla Nacional de Tecnología e Innovación (2009) [ editar datos en Wikidata] Marcian Edward Ted Hoff ( Rochester, Nueva York; 28 de octubre de 1937) es el co-inventor del microprocesador que tuvo la idea de arquitectura en 1969 para los circuitos integrados. Entró en Intel en 1968 . La idea que tuvo este joven ingeniero electrónico fue brillante, cambiando el paradigma que hasta entonces se tenía sobre el desarrollo de los circuitos electrónicos.

  8. Marcian "Ted" Hoff - Society for Science

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    Marcian “Ted” Hoff, an electrical engineer by training, became the 12th employee at Intel in 1968. In 1971, Hoff invented the microprocessor with two other employees. Hoff was inducted into the Inventor Hall of Fame and awarded the National Medal of Technology and Innovation in Computer Science. Prior to his groundbreaking career, Hoff worked with professor Bernard Widrow to develop the LMS adaptive algorithm which is used in communication systems.

  9. Marcian Hoff | Lemelson

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    Hoff developed a chip small enough and cheap enough to fit into almost any device, making computers, cameras, calculators, and dozens of other appliances and machines able to "think." The story of the microprocessor actually began in the late 1950s, when two computer experts, Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce, discovered that large numbers of transistors and their connections could be etched onto a piece of silicon.

  10. Marcian Hoff - Computer Hope

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    Name: Marcian Edward "Ted" Hoff, Jr. Born: October 28, 1937, Rochester, New York Computer-related contributions One of the inventors of the microprocessor. Came up with the idea of using a "universal processor" rather than a variety of custom-designed circuits. Hoff joined Intel in 1967 as employee number 12.

  11. Marcian E Hoff - Home - Author DO Series

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    Marcian E. Hoff Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, California May 1975 AFIPS '75: Proceedings of the May 19-22, 1975, national computer conference and exposition https://doi.org/10.1145/1499949.1499963