Dave House describes additional portions of his career in this successor interview to the Gardner Hendrie interview in 2004—from Raytheon to Honeywell, to Intel and to Bay Networks . House covers the Intellect development system at Intel, hardly treated elsewhere. He adds detail lot the 1103 memory chip story for Intel, as well. Specifically, the Intel/HP relationship is explored, with respect to bond-out chips, 1103 usage, and the Dick Anderson report about the “Japanese Quality” threat. House adds important perspective on Cisco and networking from his Bay Networks experience, especially with respect to customer relations and Cisco’s approach.
Intel; Intellec; Development system; 1103; Honeywell; Cisco Systems; Bay Networks; Grove; Chambers; Severino; Lally, Jim; Kaufman