[in-teg-yuh-men-tuh-ree] /ɪnˌtɛg yəˈmɛn tə ri/
of, relating to, or like an .
1826, from integument + -ary.
[in-tel] /ˈɪn tɛl/ noun, Informal. 1. (defs 4, 6). /ˈɪntɛl/ noun (informal) 1. noun abbr. for intelligence, esp. military or business; information Intel Corporation intelligent
- Intel 4004
processor The world’s first microprocessor, released in 1971. The 4004 contained 2300 transistors (compared with 5.5 million in the 1996 Pentium Pro) and was intended for use in a calculator. It processed data in 4 bits, but its instructions were 8 bits long. Program and Data memory were separate, it had 1 kilobyte of data […]
- Intel 4040
processor An enhanced version of the Intel 4004, adding 14 instructions, larger (8 level) stack, 8 kbyte program memory and interrupt abilities (including shadows of the first 8 registers). The 4040 was similar to the Intel 8008. (1994-10-31)
- Intel 486
processor (Or “i486”, “iAPX 80486”, and “Intel DX4” but usually just “486”). A range of Intel CISC microprocessors which is part of the Intel 80×86 family of processors. The 486s are very similar to their immediate predecessor, the Intel 80386DX. The main differences are that the 486 has an optimised instruction set, has an on-chip […]