Ray Holt Designed the Jolt Microcomputer in 1974





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Published on Apr 14, 2016

Ray Holt talks about the Jolt Computer he designed in 1974
David Larsen's blog http://www.microcomputermuseum.com
Ray Holt's web site http://www.firstmicroprocessor.com/

Frm Wikipedia - Raymond M. Holt was a pioneering computer designer and businessman in Silicon Valley.

From 1968 to 1970, Holt developed the first microprocessor chip set for Garrett AiResearch's Central Air Data Computer for the F-14 Tomcat.

He was co-founder with Manny Lemas of Microcomputer Associates, Incorporated,[1] later known as Synertek Systems where he designed the Jolt[1] and SYM-1 microcomputer cards as well as the first microcomputer pinball game, Lucky Dice. Many[quantify] other designed were accomplished by Holt as a microcomputer technology consultant.[citation needed]. One of Mr Holt's computer boards, the SYM-1, was used in the first two military robots, Robart I [2] and Robart II.[3]

Ray Holt in Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Holt

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