From: William Donzelli <>
Date: Mon Jan 17 20:54:42 2005

I have a chip here, an 1101 marked "sample" with a datecode of 7103. Very
likely it is a second sourced Intel 1101. The logo is a new one on me, and
I think it may be a mutant AMI, but from my resources, I am just
guessing. I dug up a 1970 AMI databook, and the logo does not match. The
one on the book is the A over M next to I version, and the thing on the
chip looks like five lines next to each other, with the first line being
somewhat curved (sort of like a half-circle) and the last being a tad
shorter with a dot over it. The standard mid 1970s AMI logo is simply
A next to M next to I.

Does anyone know if AMI tried a strange logo between the two known ones -
perhaps one that matches my chip?

Could this logo not be AMI?

William Donzelli
Received on Mon Jan 17 2005 - 20:54:42 GMT

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