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First-movers in Technology All through its history, Intel's strategy has centred around technology leadership and first mover advantage. Intel architects developed an extensive variety of semiconductor gadgets, including the SRAM (1969), the DRAM (1970), the EPROM (1971), and the microprocessor (1971). Intel created itself as a pioneer in semiconductor memories by spearheading another process technology called metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS). Intel turned into the first fruitful mover in DRAMs in light of the fact that its new MOS process technology pushed assembling yields over the limit for viability. Different organizations had outlined working DRAMs, yet had been not able to add to a process technology to fabricate them effectively (Tokar, Les, 2012). "Intel had moved from a silicon-based different capability in memory products to an unique fitness in executing configuration architectures in rationale products." At the point when an organization can't assemble a tough first-mover advantage, it may acquire a few advantages from right on time passage. The spearheading endeavors of
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