Geek Fact for July 10th


In 1989
, Intel publicly demonstrated the first EISA 82350 chip set.

Intel’s 82350 Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA) family was the industry’s first set of devices to implement the new 32-bit EISA bus.

Learn more at http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/accession/102652375

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