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By 1958, new, small, solid-state transistors, accompanied by printed circuit techniques,...

By 1958, new, small, solid-state transistors, accompanied by printed circuit techniques,...

By 1958, new, small, solid-state transistors, accompanied by printed circuit techniques,...
By 1958, new, small, solid-state transistors, accompanied by printed circuit techniques, permitted greater speed and better reliability. Ferrite core technology replaced vacuum tubes for stored programs. That advance meant that two 10-digit numbers could be multiplied 100,000 times per second. (VV2118)