Mr Patrick Gelsinger took charge of Intel’s 486 project at age 24, the youngest engineer in the team of 120 that took the 32-bit x86 microprocessor from concept to creation as the first x86 chip to use more than a million transistors.
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Mr Patrick Gelsinger took charge of Intel’s 486 project at age 24, the youngest engineer in the team of 120 that took the 32-bit x86 microprocessor from concept to creation as the first x86 chip to use more than a million transistors.