Robert Reichard joined the Computer Control Company (3C), a manufacturer of minicomputers in 1958, and remained there until 1975, almost a decade after its acquisition by Honeywell. In this oral history Reichard discusses memory modules he helped developed, and describes specific logic modules creation and use.
Hendrie, Gardner, Interviewer
Reichard, Robert, Interviewee
Computer History Museum
Place of Publication
Reichard, Robert; Computer Control Company (3C); Core memory; Memory test products; PAC; V-PAC; T-PAC; S-PAC; H-PAC; Honeywell; DDP-19; IMPAX