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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Austin computer users, however, are more likely to click away at home (76.
Austin Computer System's Green PC 486SX/33 Configuration: 486SX-33 processor, 4MB of RAM; 250MB hard drive; 14-inch monitor.
Wilkinson has built and managed numerous communications initiatives from the ground-up, including programs for QuickArrow Software, Pervasive Software, AMD's InterWave Audio Processor, and Austin Computer Systems.
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.
For example the Austin Computer Recycling Project is a year-long recycling trial of a combination drop-off and home pick-up recycling solution that could potentially be rolled out to markets nationally (www.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Public-Private Partnership Introduces Austin Computer Recycling Project
For example, the Bay Area Linux Users Group is planning demonstrations at the Robert Austin Computer Show at the Cow Palace in Daly City on September 18th.
Austin Computer Systems (formerly IPC Technologies) today announced it is now bundling its Austin Edge CD(R) and Edge Duet(R) notebook systems with Softex Inc.
formerly Austin Computer Systems (founded in 1984), manufactures a complete line of high-performance desktop, server, and notebook computing solutions under the Austin and IPC brand names.
Buy The Hour is time tracking software that was co-developed by Primavera and Austin Computer Resources specifically for P3 1.
formerly Austin Computer Systems (founded in 1984) markets MediaMagic(TM) multimedia products and IPC point-of-sale terminals.
formerly known as Austin Computer Systems (founded in 1984) markets MediaMagic(TM) multimedia products and IPC point-of-sale terminals.
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