General Microelectronics (GMe) was an American semiconductor company in the 1960s.
With Frank Wanlass as director of research and engineering, GMe was the first company to design, fabricate, and sell MOS integrated circuits, small-scale integrated chips for NASA satellites. GMe was a 1964 startup that was sold in 1966 to Philco-Ford.
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- Christophe Lécuyer (2006). Making Silicon Valley: innovation and the growth of high tech, 1930-1970. MIT Press. p. 263. ISBN 978-0-262-12281-8.
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