Austin Computer

Austin Computer

(Austin Computer Systems, Austin, TX) A PC manufacturer founded in 1985 by Robert Diwan that sold a full line of PCs via direct marketing and through the dealer channel. In 1993, it was acquired by IPC (Integrated Processors & Communications), a Singapore PC manufacturer founded in 1985 by Patrick and Benjamin Ngiam. In 1997, it went out of business.
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3 Day Startup is being hosted by the student organizations Campus Entrepreneurship Opportunities in addition to the National Science Foundation, the Chair of Free Enterprise, The University of Texas at Austin Computer Science Department, School of Law, McCombs School of Business, and the Idea to Product Competition.
E[acute accent]--Best PR Campaign in 2004 for a Non-Profit: The Austin Computer Recycling Project, Goodwill Industries of Central Texas, City of Austin, Dell Inc.
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At Austin Computer Systems, as President and CEO, 1993-1996, Scull pushed growth up by 340% over a four-year period, from $56 Million to $247 Million in sales per year.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Public-Private Partnership Introduces Austin Computer Recycling Project
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