Who Invented the First Motherboard?

Who Invented the First Motherboard?

The IBM personal computer contained the first motherboard, which was referred to as the “breadboard” and was released in 1981. The breadboard provided a platform for the computers RAM and CPU and also had ports for a keyboard, mouse and cassette tape.

When compared to modern motherboards, the planar provided the function of supplying a circuit board with expansion slots for other hardware devices. The original breadboard also provided a built in audio capability as well, while also having a system named a bus to manage the flow of information. The original breadboard provided a built-in audio capability as well, while also possessing an information transportation system, appropriately named a "bus," to manage the flow of information.