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The IT History Society is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of knowledge about the people, products, and companies that together comprise the field of computing.

Since 1978 our organization, and its hundreds of members, have worked toward this goal, and we invite you to contribute your own knowledge and memories on this website! (read more)

A Glimpse at Latest Mobile App Development Trends

Life without Smartphone!!! How does it sound – Weird, horrendous?? Be it shopping, bringing in your most-liked food straight at your doorstep, transferring money, picking a cab, fishing out a job, the first device we all grasp at is our Smartphones! If life without Smartphone is a nightmare, dreadful it can be without the Apps lined up with them. Hence...

Ogen Infosystem – Driving Web Design Company

Ogen Infosystem is an excellent Website Designing in Delhi. Great route ought to be anything but difficult to discover and appreciate – making for brisk and simple go all through the whole site. The vast majority are open to perusing a website page a similar way they read a book, start to finish, left to right. Our website specialises likewise...

Andy Grove, ex-Intel CEO & Silicon Valley icon, dies at 79

There are several excerpted articles and quotes from those that worked for or with Andy Grove at Intel: San Jose Mercury article by Steve Johnson (edited for clarity and conciseness by Alan J Weissberger): Andy Grove, the brilliant Hungarian-born former chief executive and chairman of chip-making colossus Intel, and one of Silicon Valley's most revered business leaders, died Monday at...

Amdahl Recollection

On 11/13/2015 the NY Times printed the obituary of Eugene Amdahl , which prompted this recollection of him. His revolutionary attack on IBM with plug-compatible high-end computers occurred at the time I was most involved in industry forecasting for AD Little. One result was a consulting assignment from Fujitsu of Japan, which was considering funding Amdahl. IBM had put all...

Excellent Flash Memory Summit (FMS) History session with Eli Harari

On Thursday, August 13, 2015, a FMS audience enjoyed a marvelous "conversation" between FMS Technical Chair Brian Berg and SanDisk founder Eli Harari. PhD. Eli's narrative was stimulated and augmented by very informative slides Brian created. Thanks also to Ken Pyle for video recording this special event. Eli traced his career from his days as a PhD student at Princeton...

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