November 12, 1991 |
"Hello. This is Dean's personal computer. He's not home right now, so please leave a message after the beep. If you want to send a fax, please dial the numeral '1' now." The latest high-tech gadget--personal computers that operate as both fax machines and answering machines--could be delivering this message in six to nine months. Rockwell International plans to ship a family of computer chips that combine the functions of a modem, a facsimile machine and a telephone answering machine.
June 13, 1995 |
In a reorganization of Rockwell International Inc., the giant company's Microelectronics Technology Center in Newbury Park has become part of Rockwell's telecommunications arm. No changes in personnel or operations are expected in Newbury Park, the announcement said. The microelectronics unit produces gallium arsenide computer chips, an alternative to the more commonly used silicon chips.
March 1, 1991
Charles B. Harrison has been named vice president of advanced technology for Rockwell International Corp.'s defense electronics organization in Anaheim. He was formerly vice president, network and chief technology officer for Southern New England Telephone. Before that, Harrison spent 13 years with Rockwell, holding executive positions such as vice president of advanced technology for the electronic systems group and vice president and general manager of the switching systems division.
May 11, 1993
John J. Gallogly has been appointed vice president of finance for Lantronix, a Laguna Hills data communications products company. He was formerly corporate vice president of finance and secretary for Genisco Technology Corp. in Anaheim. In addition, Mark Galbraith has been appointed new product marketing manager and Cathy A. Vicari has joined the company as domestic sales manager.
March 30, 1990 |
In anticipation of reduced Pentagon spending, Rockwell International Corp. on Thursday announced the formation of a Defense Electronics division, which will be based in Anaheim and have 14,000 employees in seven states. "This new organization merges the bulk of Rockwell's defense electronics activities into one business segment," Kent M. Black, Rockwell's executive vice president and chief operating officer, said in a statement.