[SIGCIS-Members] Obituaries in the History of Computing

Evan Koblentz evan at snarc.net
Wed Dec 21 16:47:23 PST 2011

This month we lost Dan Sinnott, who was one of the founders of Interdata. Interdata (later Perkin Elmer) was mostly for employees of analog computer giant Electronic Associates. It was also (I think) the first company other than DEC to make a 16-bit minicomputer. EAI and Interdata were across the street from each other here in Monmouth County, N.J.

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