Busicom - Wikipedia
Busicom was a Japanese company that owned the rights to Intel's first microprocessor, the Intel 4004, which they created in partnership with Intel in 1970. Busicom asked Intel to design a set of integrated circuits for a new line of programmable electronic calculators in 1969.
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Busicom / NCM
Busicom was a very technically progressive company Busicom also produced one of the first hand-held calculators, the Busicom LE-120A, which is small enough to be called the first pocket calculator.
Busicom - WikiChip
Busicom is a now-defunct Japanese high-end desktop calculator maker best known for their partnership with Intel that resulted in the world's first commercial microprocessor.
BUSICOM - Embarcadero Website
Established in 1986, BUSICOM is a solution provider, offering a POS register app. and related systems for boutiques/specialty stores and solutions for duty-free shops serving inbound tourists that enhance...
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Busicom Busicom was a Japanese manufacturer of electronic calculators. The company was one of many international contenders in the nascent electronic calculator business.
Intel 4004 — 50th Anniversary Project
Busicom 141-PF calculator simulator. Check out Chen Steenvoorden's new Busicom 141-PF Printing Calculator Simulator implemented in WebAssembly.
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Busicom 80-DB. 第45回大阪ビジネスショーで発表発売。 Busicom 80-DC. 8桁・3レジスタ式。 ワンチップマシン。
Busicom | Japanese company | Britannica
In 1969 Busicom, a Japanese calculator company, commissioned Intel Corporation to make the chips for a line of calculators that Busicom intended to sell. Custom chips were made for many clients, and...
Busicom LE-120A "HANDY-LE" Distinctive features: The first truly pocket-sized calculator. Busicom Junior (version 1) vintage calculator from 1970 calculating Pi to 4 decimal places, nearly 50 years...