The Sons Of Apollo May Outshine The OriginalGary Mcwilliams
For young computer engineers in the early 1980s, the name Apollo Computer Inc. was magic. It was the company that created engineering workstations--flashy, high-powered desktop computers that automated the design of everything from computer software to airplanes. As the Chelmsford (Mass.)-based company's revenues and reputation soared, it attracted dozens of whiz kids looking for technical challenge, wealth, and a chance to play in the bigs at a tender age.
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