Convex Computer Corporation

Convex Computer Corporation

(company)
A mini-super-computer manufacturer.

Address: Richardson, Texas, USA.
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Bock successfully completed an IPO at Convex Computer Corporation as CFO in 1986 and then became senior vice president of sales in 1991.
Prior to STARTech, Blanton directed research and development as a lab manager for Hewlett Packard and was a vice president of engineering at Convex Computer Corporation.
Prior to joining the Fujitsu companies, Bye was a founding member and first sales employee at Convex Computer Corporation.
He has also served as president and CEO of DAZEL Corporation, as executive vice president and COO of Tivoli Systems, which he helped take public in 1995, and as CFO of Convex Computer Corporation, where he successfully managed the company's IPO.
He also was senior software engineer at Convex Computer Corporation, a vector processing supercomputer company, which went public in 1986.
He previously held similar executive positions at Convex Computer Corporation, Datacard Corporation and Dazel Corporation.
Bock's move to Tivoli followed ten years at Convex Computer Corporation proceeded by the launch of his career at Texas Instruments.
Johnson, 40, brings over 17 years of experience from such industry leading companies as Silicon Graphics, Convex Computer Corporation, Evans & Sutherland, and Westinghouse Electric.
Its executive and design teams all come from successful backgrounds of building computer companies, most notably Convex Computer Corporation and Hewlett-Packard.
Before coming to OSI, he served as Vice President and General Counsel of Convex Computer Corporation, Richardson, Texas.
Jones was Vice President and General Manager, Data Analytics Solutions Group at Convex Computer Corporation, which was recently acquired by Hewlett-Packard Company.
The trio assembled the Convey team, which includes many former colleagues from Convex Computer Corporation.