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 on: June 09, 2012, 03:27:31 pm 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by terrymoz
Other names I remember from those far off days in the 60s and early 70s are
Howard Stauffer ( I believe Head of International operations based in Dayton)
Fred Schauer (Head of Worldwide Field Engineer training based in Dayton)
Dennis (Surname I believe was Palmer) Manager of the International Field Engineer Training facility in Dayton known as CTEC.
Nick Von Fahnstock (not sure of his title but he was based in Geisen Germany and represnted Fred Schauer in Europe
Dave Friend (instructor at Brent)
Jofhn Moffatt (instructor at Brent)
Tom Baldwin (instructor at Brent who I believe became manager of the ITEC when it eventually moved from Dundee.
Incidentally the Field Training operation in Borehamwood and Brent was known as ITEC. When the ITEC moved to Dundee it lost it's individual identity and became part of a total training operation consisting of 1/ the ITEC, 2/ the domestic UK engineer training operation and 3/ the training operation for programmers

 on: June 02, 2012, 10:28:24 am 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by terrymoz
Good to hear from you again Jim. I posted the topic hoping to hear from and chat to some of the 315/615 Field engineers I and my colleagues trained in those early days. The london UK training operation originally started in 1962/63 at Borehamwood on the outskirts of London, Dr Reidle started the school and he was joined by  Dave Lewis, Dudley Lowe and then me. The school moved to Brent in North London about 1964 where it remained until 1971/72 before relocating to Dundee Scotland.

 on: June 02, 2012, 03:36:04 am 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by JimT
I only know one on your list.  I worked with Hubert Wudke in Hawthorne and/or Rancho Bernardo.  Haven't heard about him for a long time.  I taught some of the 615 classes at Hawthorne to some of the Field Engineering instructors.

 on: May 30, 2012, 05:47:32 pm 
Started by RogerHallett - Last post by Giorgio
Greetings to all former employees of NCR, I worked from 1971 to 1978 by NCR, working on sistem 400, 446, 399, 499, I-8200, I-8250, and after a customer on I-8270 and I-10000/55 . I did the first course European in zurich Imos beta.
 Someone can me help:
 - I would like to know the name of the company in Wichita KA, who developed the OS IMOS, first worked on the 8000 series  in B1.

 Many thanks and greetings from Switzerland.


 on: May 20, 2012, 10:33:15 am 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by terrymoz
Other members of the Instructing Staff at the London school in Borehamwood and Brent some may remember from those early days in 1963 onwards were
Dr Reidle
Dave Lewis
Dudley Lowe
Terry Mozley
John O Hara
Gordon Catchpole
Dave Friend
Hubert Wudke
Gunter Seitz

 on: May 15, 2012, 03:01:49 pm 
Started by terrymoz - Last post by terrymoz
My name is Terry Mozley and I was a 315 and 615 Instructor at Borehamwood and Brent. I then managed the transfer of the training facility to Dundee and continued to manage the training operation in Dundee for a while before leaving NCR  to manage the Computer Technology department of the Control Data Institute in London.  I would love to make contact and chat with engineers who I might have trained in those early days. The 12 years I spent with NCR were certainly the challenging and the most enjoyable of my career in the computer industry (I am now retired)

 on: March 25, 2012, 02:56:19 pm 
Started by Aleksandrs Guba - Last post by msjohnso
"Back in the day" I worked on the Software QA team in Wichita, Kansas for the IMOS, IMOS III, and IMOS V operating systems. All of them ran on the 82xx/9020 minicomputers. For retail systems, the same hardware also supported the TCOS OS, core of the STORES retail system, which had a "full-featured" back-end operating system.

As if that weren't enough, there was also the ICS retail-store scanning system, which was highly optimized to serve bar-code scanning retail terminals. ICS was capable of handling 15 scanners that scanned an aggregate of over 50,000 items per hour.

 on: February 26, 2012, 12:38:45 pm 
Started by wally - Last post by wally
The NCR Corporation and Dayton History joined in an innovative partnership committed to preserving the NCR Archive.
This link provides lots of old photos from NCR and Dayton.

 on: February 24, 2012, 08:36:32 pm 
Started by Aleksandrs Guba - Last post by bwdevries
I do not have a photo of DC office but just wanted to let you know that the current issue of NCR_REA is now available on line to members. There is a aerial photo of the Dayton complex  that is new to me. I would guess about 1960 or 61.

 on: February 24, 2012, 08:31:20 pm 
Started by eriver - Last post by bwdevries
I agree that the modules are from a compu tronic , The photo just posted is exactly as I remembered seeing them in Grand Rapids Mi when I was an apprentice.  Marv Kloote was the first CE trained on this machine.

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