Posted on : 16-11-1994 | By : admin | In : Seer History
Tags: Andy Grove, Comdex, David Taylor, Satie Demo, Turtle Beach
The paradigm case for Intel native signal processing NSP at Comdex.
Satie was Seer’s name for the system.
SoftNotes was how Intel Marketed it.
Professional announcements presuppose adoption, and by this time Wavefront-VS was the name used by Intel’s first licensee Integrated Circuit Systems, which had acquired Turtle Beach. Of no small coincidence Dave Taylor had attended my first Intel MIDI presentation, quietly guarded the project for Intel’s Strategic Marketing Division, and having left for ICS thus was in a perfect position to negotiate the deal, which included consumer releases via Turtle Beach.