Who Invented Processor?

Intel invented the processor.

In June 1997, Intel released to manufacture its Pentium processors for desktop computers. This event marked the release of the first complete microprocessor based on Intel’s P6 architecture, which was created by Intel’s design engineer John L. Hennessy and his team at Intel research labs in 1990. The name “Pentium” came from Greek mythology; it was named after an ancient god of story-telling who could do anything he said – like turn water into wine (referring to how this new generation of computing power would be able to do anything that a user said).

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