ABOUT CHUCK HOUSE

Chuck House, a longterm Computer History Museum trustee, is the director of the Cisco Heritage project; he has a long Silicon Valley history with HP, Intel, and several other companies. Co-author of The HP Phenomenon and author of Permission Denied, his new book is entitled Preserving Your Digital Revolution Heritage: If Not You, Who—If Not Now, When? House is founder and executive director of InnovaScapes Institute.

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50th Anniversary of the HP 2116 Minicomputer

50th Anniversary of the HP 2116 Minicomputer

  November 07, 2016
Amidst a sea of computer vendors, the 1966 Fall Joint Computer Conference booth for an obscure instrument manufacturer, Hewlett-Packard, was insignificant. Their lone product, the HP 2116, said “Computer” on the front panel, but the company...   Read More