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Element 14 Keyring

e14 boxed keyring which was given to Acorn employees when Acorn Computers rebranded itself as Element 14 in January 1999. 

Following its rebranding it focused on becoming a developer of software and silicon intellectual property. The company's name referred to silicon, which has an atomic number of 14 on the periodic table. Element 14 was acquired by Broadcom in late 2000.

Date : 1999

Creator : Acorn Computers Ltd

Physical Description : keyring cardboard box

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33971. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Scan of Document: Element 14 Keyring

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