Timothy C. May


Technical and political writer Timothy C. May, better known as Tim May was born in 1951 and died on December 15, 2018.

He was an American technical and political writer, and was an electronic engineer and senior scientist at Intel in the company’s early history.

While he worked as an architect, May was most noted for having recognized the reason for the “alpha molecule issue”, which was influencing the dependability of incorporated circuits as gadget highlights achieved a basic size where a solitary alpha molecule could change the condition of a put away esteem and cause a solitary occasion upset.

During 2003 Timothy C. May resigned.

Timothy C. May passed away due to common causes at 67 years old.


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