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MCI Communications - History - Licensing and Build-out
... During July 1969, MICOM also purchased stock in Interdata, an independent regional carrier that was applying to build a microwave relay chain between New York City and Washington, D.C ... microwave transmission and relay equipment needed for build-out, MICOM began a series of private stock offerings on May 1971 ... During July 1971, MICOM was restructured into MCI Communications, and the restructured company began the process of absorbing the regional carriers into a ...
Word Processor - History
... In 1975, Dorsey started Micom Data Systems and introduced the Micom 2000 word processor ... The Micom 2000 improved on the AES design by using the Intel 8080 single-chip microprocessor, which made the word processor smaller, less costly to build and supported multiple languages ... In addition, the competitive edge for the Micom 2000 was that, unlike many other machines, it was truly programmable ...
Redstone Arsenal - History - Army Missile Command
... Army Missile Command (MICOM) was activated on August 1, 1962 at Redstone Arsenal, absorbing all of the personnel, facilities, and projects remaining in the prior AOMC ... Missile Laboratories were dedicated in memory of MICOM's first commander, who died while in command ... To manage this development, in 1963 MICOM created the Nike-X Project Office headed by Colonel (later Brigadier General) Ivy O ...
PBS 106.7FM - History
... Also during this early period of 3PBS, enthusiasts who had an interest in microprocessors from Intel, Motorola, Signetics 2650, Fairchild F8, etc ... were meeting at the Clayton campus of Monash University, Graham Thirkell's Optro premises and went on to form the Microcomputer Club of Melbourne (MICOM) ...