Is the microprocessor the most important hardware technology of the past 40 years?
Nowadays we take it for granted, but there was a time when the IT industry flourished without the micro¬processor.
Was the invention of the chip the world-shaking revolution that is often claimed, or just another step along the way?
Have your say in the Computer Weekly IT Greats reader poll. As part of Computer Weekly’s 40th anniversary celebrations, we want readers to vote for the technologies, organisations and people that have done the most for the IT industry in the four decades since Computer Weekly was first
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