Semiconductors are to the information age what engines are to the industrial age. Chips are
the steam engine, the internal combustion engine, and the fractional horsepower engine
rolled up into one. The Chip History Center is dedicated to preserving that history for future
– G. Dan Hutcheson, History Lover

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