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Dynamic Computer Systems History

Dynamic Computer Systems began in the Spring of 1985, when personal computers were in their infancy.

IBM was the majority supplier, their product was very expensive, it offered very few amenities, and the processing speed was agonizingly slow. The standard PC at that time with 64K of memory averaged $3,500.00!

There was a definite need for processing speed improvements, substantial price reductions, and for equipment to make the computer an important business tool.

DEVELOPMENT:

We worked with a few Asian board manufacturers to develop a more advanced computing platform wherein we could go beyond the basic 640K memory barrier at that time. That being accomplished, we required a BIOS that could then address the additional memory requirements.

Award software then wrote a great BIOS program for us which gave us the pioneering ability to go beyond the 640K barrier.


Our local business partners found this to be an invaluable tool which then subsequently became an industry standard.

We progressed from 80286 CPU's to high speed 80386 CPU's, and then followed the path to more advanced processing capacity.

Throughout the 80's and 90's we produced exceptionally functional computing platforms which became, for some of our partners, the basis for early voice mail applications. Our computers were used first for the Kaiser Permanente Hospitals voice mail "advice nurse" system.

CURRENTLY:

In early 2000, we moved away from the computer business as it became less innovative, more competitive, and definitely less profitable.

Many of our platforms are still in use today with area businesses and local emergency service providers.

Our involvement today is limited to wholehouse computer network wiring and interfacing with DSL or cable modems.

 
       
     


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