Microcomputer Associates, Incorporated

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Microcomputer Associates was founded by Manny Lemas and Ray Holt. It produced the low cost Jolt Microcomputer, released in 1975.[1] It was later acquired by Synertek, a second source manufacturer of the 6502, and renamed Synertek Systems. It then created the SYM-1, a 6502-based single board microcomputer and successor to the KIM-1. Holt designed the JOLT microcomputer.[2] In 1978 the company offered a number of processor and peripheral modules. [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Upton, Molly (October 15, 1975). "Age of Build-It-Yourself Micros Arrives at Wescon". Computerworld. 9 (40): 36. Microcomputer Associates introduces the 6502 based Jolt computer kit for $249.
  2. ^ JOLT
  3. ^ J. C. Boonham Small systems computer sourcebook Taylor & Francis, 1978 ISBN 0-470-26295-8 pages 11-13