Dr. Mark Dean, Developer of the Microprocessing Chip & More, Stem Role Model Series Poster
Product DescriptionIn 1997, Mark Dean was named to be both, director of the Austin Research Laboratory, and director of Advanced Technology Development for the IBM Enterprise Server Group. Achievements there included testing of the first gigahertz CMOS microprocessor (which did a billion calculations per second.) design of a high-speed DRAM, and development of the 'cellular' server architecture (which is optimized for managing, storing, searching, distributing, and mining complex date - such as video, audio, and high-resolution images.) Dr. Dean was also chief engineer for the development of the IBM PC/AT, ISA Systems, Bus, PS/2 Model 70 and 80, the Color Graphics Adapter in the original IBM (which permitted add-on devices like the keyboard, disk drives, and printers to be connected to the motherboard) earned Mark Dean and colleagu Dennis Moeller election tothe National Inventors Hall of Fame.
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