Tomash discusses his work with Engineering Research Associates (ERA). Topics include: the firm's management, the roles of William Norris, Frank Mullaney, and Arnold Cohen in ERA, Tomash's development of West Coast marketing for ERA after it became a part of Remington Rand, competition with International Business Machines, the development of Williams tube storage devices and core memories, and the ERA 1103 computer. He also recounts his move from Remington Rand to Telemeter Magnetics, later Ampex Computer Products, the formation of Dataproducts Corporation and its subsidiary, Informatics Inc., headed by Walter Bauer.
Erwin Tomash, OH 53. Oral history interview by Robina Mapstone, 14 March and 5 April 1973, Woodland Hills, Calif. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://purl.umn.edu/107844
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Oral history interview with Erwin Tomash.
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