Category Archives: Burroughs

Problems In Silicon Valley

It seems to me…. “The thing we should all be looking for are people who want to make a difference. I’m a big believer in the Silicon Valley religion of the power of markets. But I also believe in our … Continue reading

Posted in 3M, Amazon, Android, Antitrust, Apple, AT&T, Boeing, Boston Dynamics, Burroughs, California, California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, CCPA, CDC, Compaq, Control Data Corporation, Data, DEC, Digital Equipment Corporation, Dow Chemical, EU, European Union, Facebook, Financial, Ford, GDPR, GE, General Data Protection Regulation, General Electric, Google, Hewlett Packard, High-Tech, HP, IBM, Kodak, Lenovo, Microsoft, Monopolist, Monopoly, NCR, Nokia, Oligopolist, Oligopoly, Oracle, PARC, Privacy, RCA, Security, Silicon Valley, Sperry Rand, Sun Microsystems, Uber, Univac, Unix, Xerox, Xerox PARC | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Client-Server Systems

It seems to me… In the very early 1980s, NASA initially had planned to construct another proprietary computing system similar to the obsolete ILLIAC IV, which had been built under contract by Burroughs, but to incorporate the very latest available … Continue reading

Posted in Ames, Architecture, Burroughs, CDC, Chris Santorelli, Client-Server, Control Data Corporation, Gene Greer, General Electric, ILLIAC-IV, NASA, Numerical Aerodynamic Simulator, Peer-To-Peer, Seymour Cray, Space Systems, Systems Concepts, Technology, Xerox PARC | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments