Intel 8088

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Intel 8088

(processor)
An Intel 8086 with 16-bit registers and an 8-bit data bus.

The 8088 was the processor used in the original IBM PC.
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Then, in 1980, IBM decided to choose Intel's 8088 microprocessor for its entry into the personal computer market and a de facto standard was set.
After all, the Intel 8088 microprocessor that was used in the original PC could address a maximum of 1 megabyte of memory (a megabyte of memory is 1,024K, or 1,048,576 bytes of memory), which was nearly ten times more memory than any program needed.
8088 microprocessor that monitors the power required to maintain the temperature of each of the four resistive elements.
Some spreadsheets require only an 8088 microprocessor and approximately 512K of RAM, while others demand at least an 80286 microprocessor and 1MB of RAM.
Standard PCs and XTs use an Intel 8086 or 8088 microprocessor and run relatively slowly.
Unfortunately, all of their PCs are lower level IBM PC/XT machines, based on the 8088 microprocessor.
Each of its work stations has an Intel 8088 microprocessor chip and 256 kilobytes of memory; use of the 80286 chip would provide enhanced capability.
Internally, AmbiSet uses a 16-bit Intel 8088 microprocessor and has software architecture that is compatible with the IBM PC.
At Intel, he became sales account manager for IBM and other major accounts in Florida, and was recognized with special merit for designing the 8088 microprocessor for the IBM Personal Computer.
If your computer has an 8086 or 8088 microprocessor that's as far as you can go.
Developed for small to medium size LANs, CD Net features three half height 5-1/4 inch slots, a network board with a 8088 microprocessor, integration/operation software and a power supply integrated into one cabinet.
Though the company accepts older units, even those employing 8088 microprocessors, it doesn't pay for them.