North Korean-born Dr. Kyupin Philip Hwang had worked at General Instruments, Ford, NCR and Burroughs before starting a company
to manufacture CRTs for arcade games in 1975. By the end of the 1970s, TeleVideo Systems, Inc. had started manufacturing text
terminals. In the 1990s
TeleVideo moved into the “thin client” business, which was sold to Neoware Systems, Inc. in October 2005. TeleVideo, Inc. filed
for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in March 2006. The website is www.televideo.com.
Known Manuals (from Manx)
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- Prof. Dong-Ho Shin, “Case Studies: Korean-American Venture Firms in Silicon Valley” [PDF],
- Utah State University Alumni Association, “Alumni Spotlight: Philip Hwang, Founder of Televideo”,
- TeleVideo, Inc. (2005-01-12), “Neoware to Acquire TeleVideo’s Thin Client Business”, press release.
- Neoware Systems, Inc. (2005-10-07), “Neoware Completes Acquisition of TeleVideo’s Thin Client Business”, press release.
- TeleVideo, Inc. (2006-03-14), “TeleVideo Files Voluntary Chapter 11 Business Reorganization Case” [PDF], press release.