Shockley Semiconductor site

Local nameShockley Semiconductor site
LocationMountain View, California, USA

Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory was a pioneering semiconductor developer founded by William Shockley as a division of Beckman Instruments, Inc., in 1956. It was the first high technology company in what came to be known as Silicon Valley to work on silicon-based semiconductor devices.

In 1957, eight leading scientists resigned and became the core of what became Fairchild Semiconductor. Shockley Semiconductor never recovered from this departure, and was purchased by Clevite in 1960, then sold to ITT in 1968, and shortly after, officially closed.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shockley_Semiconductor_Laboratory

Address 387 San Antonio Rd, Mountain View 94040, United States

Coordinates 37°24'18.064" N -122°6'40.048" E

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