Steve Furber Talk - Acorn World - 13-09-2009


Running Time : 1hr 8 mins

A presentation made at Acorn World - 13-09-2009 by professor Stephen Furber CBE. He talks about his involvement with the Mk14, SC/MP controlled fruit machines, the design of the BBC Micro, the development of the ARM processor and his latest project : SpiNNaker.
 

Date : 13th September 2009

Creator : Acorn Computers

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH5633. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Copyright
The video above may be subject to copyright of the original author and is present only on this website for non-profit educational purposes only. If you are the original copyright owner and wish to have the media removed from this website please contact us using the relevant contact email address listed on our contact page.

Date Event
5 Dec 1978 Acorn Computers Ltd formed in Cambridge, UK
29 Dec 2007 Steve Furber appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2008 New Year Honours
26 Apr 1985 First ARM Processors Powered Up
1980 Acorn Atom Launched
1981 Acorn BBC Micro Launched
Sep 1986 Acorn BBC Master Compact Launched
26 Jun 2016 **FULLY BOOKED** Professor Steve Furber in conversation - 26/06/2016


Related Video

Steve Furber Interview - 17-08-2009
Steve Furber Interview - 17-08-2009

Steve Furber Talk - Acorn World - 13-09-2009
Steve Furber Talk - Acorn World - 13-09-2009

Micro Men - 10th Anniversary
Micro Men - 10th Anniversary

Micro Men - 10th Anniversary - The Chat After the Film
Micro Men - 10th Anniversary - The Chat After the Film



Click on the Images
For Detail






Help support the museum by buying from the museum shop

View all items

Founding Sponsors
redgate Google ARM Real VNC Microsoft Research
Heritage Lottery Funded
Heritage Lottery Fund
Accredited Museum