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Images: Intel at 50: Q&A with Intel’s Dov Frohman, Inventor of EPROM

  • Dov Frohman is photographed in a lab at Intel’s Santa Clara, Cal
  • A photo from 1971 shows Dov Frohman in a lab at Intel’s Mountain
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Photo 1: Dov Frohman is photographed in a lab at Intel’s Santa Clara, California, headquarters in May 2018. In 1971 Frohman invented erasable programmable read-only memory, more simply known as EPROM. (Credit: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: A photo from 1971 shows Dov Frohman in a lab at Intel’s Mountain View, California, offices. In 1971 Frohman invented erasable programmable read-only memory, more simply known as EPROM. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: A 1970s photo shows an early Intel Corporation EPROM chip. The small glass window allowed the use of strong ultraviolet light to erase the chip’s memory, so it could be reprogrammed — hence erasable programmable read-only memory. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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