An early Ethernet user leads a panel discussion with Bob Metcalfe, Dave Liddle, and Gordon Bell along with other early contributors to Ethernet development in Ethernet’s Emergence for Xerox: 1975-1980.
Speaker: Geoff Thompson | Silicon Valley History Committee Type: IEEE Silicon Valley History Webinar Date: 4/13/2022
A Former Control Data Engineer tells a story of the History of Supercomputers with focus on the ETA-10: The World’s First CMOS and Only Cryogenically Cooled Supercomputer. Trends from 1988 until 2021 highlight the dramatic improvements in technology and performance of Supercomputers today.
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