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Description Chip Photograph of Apple / VTI chip intended for first Apple Macintosh
Date Scanned May 8, 2009; Photograph made ~September 1982
Source http://www.brachiate.org/
Author uploaded by Martin Haeberli; work done in 1982 by team led at Apple Computer, Inc. by Martin Haeberli and by team led at VTI (VLSI Technology Inc) by Doug Fairbairn. Team members included Burrell Smith, Brian Howard at Apple, and at least Doug Fairbairn, Jim Rowson, Thierry Laurent, Chris Lindblad, Faan Tone Liu and others at VTI.
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