This Brainy wafer was first seen in a 1969 issue of Popular Mechanics — featuring 64 complete electronic memory circuits on a chip of silicone. View full-sized article here

The circuits, which can transmit electronic signals in as little as 3-billionths of a second, are used in the buffer memory of IBM’s newest computer, System/360 Model 195

[via Modern Mechanix]

This Brainy wafer was first seen in a 1969 issue of Popular Mechanics — featuring 64 complete electronic memory circuits on a chip of silicone. View full-sized article here

The circuits, which can transmit electronic signals in as little as 3-billionths of a second, are used in the buffer memory of IBM’s newest computer, System/360 Model 195

[via Modern Mechanix]