From: William Donzelli <>
Date: Tue Jan 18 17:06:03 2005

> This is not an AMI chip. It is from a small foundry in Canada that was the
> first second source for intel memory chips. I was informed of the name a couple
> years ago when I sold some of these on epay. But did not save it. Perhaps
> someone on the list knows.

I think you might mean Microsystems International (later Nortec?). I
suppose it could be, but the logo is not the same as those on the ML chips
I have. Perhaps an early version of their logo?
> My 1101s were from 1973. I think the foundry only existed for about three
> years in the early 70s.

These are from the start of 1971 (date codes 7102 and 7103). My ML1101As
are from a tad later (7112). They do not have a logo, but I have some
other chips that do (and I must say they are similar, but different).

William Donzelli
Received on Tue Jan 18 2005 - 17:06:03 GMT

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