Chip Hall of Fame: Intel 8088 Microprocessor – IEEE Spectrum

Was there any one chip that propelled Intel into the Fortune 500? Intel says there was: the 8088. This was the 16-bit CPU that IBM chose for its original line of PCs, which went on to dominate the desktop computer market.
8088 was “a castrated version of the 8086.” 


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