Secrets to the Success of Silicon Valley

Rick Kaplowitz & Geri Spieler

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Machine-based computing emerged in the 1940s and 1950s, primarily in the UK and the US, with some following developments in the Soviet Union. Industry-defining developments unfolded primarily in the United States. In the 1960s, electronic technology was emerging in two key locations in the U.S. One was along the Route 128 belt in Massachusetts, an arc with a 15-mile radius around Boston. The other was in California’s Silicon Valley, encompassing the area from San Francisco to San Jose.

We identify and trace the factors that explain why, even though the two areas started about even in the mid-1960s, Silicon Valley moved significantly beyond the Route 128 center – and Europe – to become and remain the pre-eminent national and international leader in computer tech.

45 minutes

45 minutes

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