|MOS Technology, Inc.|
|Headquarters||Norristown, Pennsylvania, United States|
MOS Technology, Inc. (Metal-Oxide Semiconductor) was an American semiconductor manufacturer. It is best known for creating one of the most popular CPUs in history, the 6502 processor. It was the primary CPU of the Commodore 64, the Nintendo Entertainment System (integrated into the Ricoh 2A03), the Apple II, the Atari 2600 and the Atari 8-bit. In 1976, the company was bought by Commodore Business Machines and renamed to CSG (Commodore Semiconductor Group), though its chips still carried the MOS name.
After CBM purchased MOS Technology, they used the company to produce numerous chips used by the various Commodore computers, including several audio chips.
|1980-??-??||6560 (VIC)||Commodore VIC-20 (NTSC)|
|1980-??-??||6561 (VIC)||Commodore VIC-20 (PAL)|
|1982-08-??||6581 (SID)||Commodore 64, Commodore 64C (early versions), Commodore 128, SSI 2001|
|1984-??-??||7360 (TED)||Commodore 16, Commodore Plus/4|
|1984-??-??||8360 (TED)||Commodore 16, Commodore Plus/4|
|1985-??-??||8364 (Paula)||Amiga, Commodore CDTV, Amiga CD32|
|1986-??-??||8580 (SID)||Commodore 64C (later versions), Commodore 128D CR|
The audio chip designers should be listed here.
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MOS_Technology - Wikipedia.