IT Honor Roll

The IT History Society wishes to acknowledge individuals who have made a noteworthy and out of the ordinary contribution to the information technology industry. Suggestions should be submitted by the community and not the individual. All submissions are subject for review by the IT Honor Roll Committee. If you have someone you'd like to nominate for the "IT Honor Roll," please submit it to us here.


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Ravi Arimilli

Architect largely responsible for development of the IBM POWER5

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Nathan Rochester

Designer of the IBM 701, the first general purpose, mass produced computer; writer of the first assembler and participator in the founding of the field of artificial intelligence


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Edvard Georg Raphael Scheutz

Co-developer of the Scheutzian calculation engine that produced the first tables calculated and printed by machinery


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Heinz Zemanek

Austrian Computer Pioneer, build first European all transistor computer in 1955

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Thomas James Perkins

Helped to shepherd Hewlett-Packard 's entry into the minicomputer business

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Paul Brainerd

Founder of Aldus Software and creator of "desktop publishing"

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William Stanley Jevons

Constructed a logical machine, called the Logic Piano


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Donna Dubinsky

She played an integral role in the development of personal digital assistants (PDAs)

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Jack Howlett

Director of the Atlas Computer Laboratory; a laboratory that was created to provide a service to researchers across the United Kingdom with a need for large-scale computing power and allowed the establishing of the Atlas computer in the market place he also translated books on object-oriented languages and databases from French into English


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