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Steve Furber Interview - 17-08-2009



Running Time : 59 mins

This interview with professor Stephen Furber CBE was filmed at Manchester University on 17th August 2009. He talks about his involvement with the Mk14, how he became involved with Acorn Computers, the success of the BBC Micro, the development of the ARM processor and his latest project : SpiNNaker.
 

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Date Event
05-12-1978 Acorn Computers Ltd formed in Cambridge, UK
13-04-1984 First ARM Processors Powered Up
29-12-2007 Steve Furber appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2008 New Year Honours
1980 Acorn Atom Launched
1981 Acorn BBC Micro Launched
September 1986 Acorn BBC Master Compact Launched

 

 

 

 


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