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NCR, a multi-billion-dollar manufac- Colorado Spri ngs, Colorado
turer of computer systems, terminal !
products, and semiconductors, es-
tablished its first microelectronics labo-
ratory in 1963 to stay abreast of the
emerging semiconductor technology.
The laboratory was expanded in 1966
to provide limited quantities of proto-
type microcircuits designed for use in
a number of new products. By 1968
the first MOS circuits were produced,
and by 1970 a complete family of cir-
cuits had been designed, produced in
prototype quantities, and incorporated
into new NCR products. Based upon
knowledge gained in this research
and confidence in the ultimate advan-
tages of MOS, the decision was made
to expand the internal production ca- Fort Collins, Colorado
pability. In 1971, the Miamisburg,
Ohio plant was completed.
To meet internal demand, NCR ex-
panded its microelectronics operation
in 1975 with the addition of a second
production facility in Colorado
Springs, Colorado, and in 1979
added a third facility in Ft. Collins, Col-
orado. The Colorado Springs facility
was replaced in 1982 by a new plant
occupying 100,000 square feet. This
new plant is one of the most modern,
best-equipped facilities of its kind any-
NCR Microelectronics manufactures
state-of-the-art NMOS, CMOS, and
non-volatile SNOS components which
provide a competitive advantage to its Miamisburg, Ohio
computer systems and terminal prod-
In mid-1981 NCR announced its entry
into the merchant semiconductor mar-
ket. The strength and discipline
gained in 10 years of internal supply
is now being made available to our
customers. This experience, together
with a family of innovative products
and services, establishes NCR as a
leading supplier of semiconductor
devices and services.
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