The PC Turns 20 — Andy Grove from 2001

This is another story from the Intel archives. I was there next to Andy for this interview and I remember his powerful, beaming energy that day. He enjoyed looking back on how limited the origial PCs were compared with today\’s PCs.
This also reminds me of an exhibit inside the Intel Museum that has since been changed. It showed photographs side-by-side of the first processor ever designed next to the other major processor generations over a 10 to 15 year period. WIth each new generation, the number of faces and cultures represented seemed to double. More evidence of keeping Moore\’s Law alive?

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