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 on: July 14, 2014, 10:18:47 am 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by terrymoz
Hi Bernd Good to hear from you again........Yes I remember teaching your class the subjects you mention, and I also
remember the world cup of 1966. I watched the match at my home with my wife.
It is now 14th july and I must congratulate Germany on their well deserved World Cup win.  I believe this is the fourth time Germany has won the world cup....an excellent record, as for the England team I dont think I can say anything|

Back to the subject of computers, I beleive the 315 was the finest computer NCR ever made. It certainly was an engineers
machine and just think the basic memory was 10K slabs in a cabinet as large as a wardrobe. I now have 8 Gb of memory in my cell phone, how times have changed eh
with best wishes
Terry

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 on: July 11, 2014, 11:00:02 pm 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by begoweb
Hello Terry,
im not 100% sure, but i beleive you were teaching the introductory Computer Basics like Transistor functions, gates logic, booleen Algebra, etc. and the 315 main processor.
As this sunday 13th Juli 2014 Germany plays in the Football worlcup final, i also remember the legendary "Wembley Goal", which i did not see live, but very near to Wembley together with some other students at the home of Jil Owens (Nurse at NCR Brent factory).
Glad to hear from you again,
Bernd

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 on: November 26, 2013, 12:07:30 pm 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by terrymoz
Hello Bernd   Good to hear from you....can you remember what topics of the 315
were taught to you by me......The photo certainly brings back many memories

Terry

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 on: September 07, 2013, 10:20:09 am 
Started by wally - Last post by wally
With the help of a few people, I have now the street. Thanks!
The location of ITEC Giessen was in industrial area at Schiffenberger Weg.
May be one day I'll find the number too.

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 on: June 20, 2013, 10:03:16 am 
Started by wally - Last post by wally
May be somebody can help me. I'm looking for the exact old location (name of the street) of ITEC Giessen in Germany (1970s).

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 on: January 12, 2013, 05:03:51 pm 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by begoweb
Hello Terry, I took the 315 class in 1966, Jan.-Nov. in the Brent school and I remember you very well filling the blackboard with lots of chalk. What I do not remember for shure is, who was teaching which part of the 315 system. Dudley Lowe and Gunter Seiz also were instructors for this class (Gunter for 333 Tapes).
My name is Bernd Goltermann and I worked with NCR until 2001 most of the time in Munich as regional support specialist for 315 615 Criterion V9800 and Comten systems.
Attached you can find 2 pictures of our class of 1966. I am the one between Dudley Lowe and Dave Lewis.

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 on: July 25, 2012, 07:46:16 pm 
Started by ocupito - Last post by ocupito
 I would like to know whether anybody of you hold information and photos about former
> CPC people.
>
> My father used to work for NCR Argentina in the Cash Register Division of Argentina and
> he CPCed 3 times.

His name is Salomon Kuperman.

Thank you,

Oscar
>

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 on: June 19, 2012, 11:10:19 am 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by terrymoz
I initiated this topic one month ago to contact NCR UK and International Field Engineeers who received their 315 or 615-100 training in the UK at Borehamwood or Brent. So far no one has  responded.........These people would be well into their 60s or maybe their 70s and some will no longer be with us but surely there must be someone out there that remembers those far off days
in the NCR careers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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 on: June 10, 2012, 03:18:55 pm 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by terrymoz
The logo on the letter head used by the ITEC in the UK and also later by the CTEC in Dayton
was a photocopy of Rodin's famous statue called the THINKER. Don't know who decided to use the THINKER as a logo (it was probably Fred Scheuer) but it was very appropriate.

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 on: June 10, 2012, 11:09:18 am 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by terrymoz
If my memory serves me correctly  the Central Technical Education Centre (CTEC) was the Computer Training Facility in Dayton for training International Field Engineers. Before the CTEC was set up NCR set up a Computer training operation also for International engineers known as ITEC (International Computer Education Centre) in Borehamwood UK. The ITEC was set up in 1962/1963
under the management of Dr Reidle (a German national). Dr Reidle employed Dave Lewis, Dudley Lowe and me Terry Mozley as instructors in 1963. I first went to Dayton in 1963 to attend a 315 course at the domestic training operation in Dayton, returning to the UK to teach the 315 to international engineers at the ITEC in the UK .....happy days

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