SILICON VALLEY: A Five Part Series | Movies and Videos | Documentary

SILICON VALLEY: A Five Part Series

SILICON VALLEY: A Five Part Series PLDZ-90 Instant Download Price
In Stock
$ 19.99 USD
Santa Clara Valley Historical Association
Buy and Download Description

Silicon Valley captures the culture, history and spirit of a remarkable innovation powerhouse. Narrated by the legendary Leonard Nimoy, the program takes you through the early years of the founding of Stanford University, Hewlett Packard, Varian, Fairchild, Intel and Apple. Company founders and world-renowned inventors tell the story of risk, failure, vision and luck. Filmed over a twenty year period, some of the familiar stars include Steve Jobs, Bill Hewlett, Steve Wozniak, Dave Packard, Jim Clark, Larry Ellison and Gordon Moore.

Part ONE: In the Beginning 
From the founding of Stanford University through the 1980s.

Part TWO: Enter the Internet
The Dot.com boom and bust.

Part THREE: A Different Kind of Culture
Attitudes about disruptive technologies, risk and failure.

Part FOUR: Renaissance Parallels
Similarities between Silicon Valley and the Italian Renaissance are explored by a team of experts.

Part FIVE: Finding Silicon Valley
Company founders discuss how they arrived in Silicon Valley.

Total Playing Time: 115 Minutes (Downloads as 5 Quicktime movie segments)

Starring:
Ned Barnholt (Founding CEO, Agilent Technologies/Chairman, KLA-Tencor)
Carol Bartz (former CEO, Autodesk and Yahoo!)
Paul Berg (Nobel Laureate – DNA)
Larry Boucher (Founder, Adaptec and Alacritech)
John Seely Brown (Chief Scientist, Xerox)
Nolan Bushnell (Founder, Atari & Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Time Theater chain)
Scott Carey (Chairman of the Board, Cornish & Carey Commercial)
Dr. Curtis Carlson (CEO, SRI International)
Howard Charney (Founder, 3Com & Grand Junction Networks)
Professor Isaac Chuang (Scientist, quantum computing)
Jim Clark (Founder, Silicon Graphics, Netscape, MyCFO & Healtheon)
Bob Cohn (Founder, Octel Communications)
Scott Cook (Founder, Intuit)
Gordon Davidson (Attorney & Venture Capitalist, Fenwick & West)
Dr. Carl Djerassi (Founder, Syntex/Father of the birth control pill)
Carol Dweck, PhD. (Author, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success)
Larry Ellison (Founder, Oracle Corporation)
Douglas Engelbart (Inventor, computer mouse)
Federico Faggin (Scientist/developed silicon gate & first microprocessor)
John Gage (Former Chief Scientist, Sun Microsystems)
Charles Geschke (Founder, Adobe Systems)
James Gibbons (former Dean of Engineering, Stanford University)
James Gosling (Father of Java programming language)
Robert Graham (Founder, Intel & CEO Novellus Systems)
Andy Grove (Founder, Intel)
Michael Hackworth (Founder, Cirrus Logic)
Dr. Eva Maria Hanebutt-Benz (Director, Gutenberg Museum, Germany)
Dr. Eli Harari (Founder, SanDisk)
Bill Hewlett (Founder, Hewlett-Packard)
Fred Hoar (Early Apple marketing director)
James Hobart (Founder, Coherent)
Ted Hoff (Inventor, microprocessor)
Professor Lisa Jardine (Author, Worldly Goods/Renaissance historian)
Steve Jobs (Founder, Apple)
Vinod Khosla (Founder, Sun Microsystems/VC, Khosla Ventures)
Dr. David K. Lam (Founder, Lam Research)
Dick Levy (Founding CEO, Varian Medical)
Chris Malachowsky (Founder, NVIDIA)
Mike Malone (Author, The Big Score & The Microprocessor: A Biography )
Mike Markkula (Founder, Apple and Echelon)
Regis McKenna (Early Apple public relations)
John McLaughlin (President, Silicon Valley Historical Association)
Scott McNealy (Founder, Sun Microsystems)
Gordon Moore (Founder, Intel)
Jim Morgan (former CEO, Applied Materials)
Ken Oshman (Founder, Rolm & Echelon)
David Packard (Founder, Hewlett-Packard)
Joe Parisi (Founder, Therma Corporation)
William Perry (Founder, ESL & Secretary of Defense)
T.J. Rodgers (Founder, Cypress Semiconductor)
Jerry Sanders (Founder, AMD)
Annalee Saxenian (Author, Regional Advantage/Dean & Professor, School of
Information, UC Berkeley)
Jonathan Schwartz (Founder, Lighthouse Design/former CEO, Sun Microsystems)
William B. Shockley (Nobel Laureate & Inventor of the transistor)
Larry Sonsini (Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati)
KR Sridhar, Ph.D (Founder, Bloom Energy)
Kevin Surace (Founder, Serious Energy)
Robert H. Swanson, Jr. (Founder, Linear Technology)
Fred Terman (Father of Silicon Valley)
Charles Trimble (Founder, Trimble Navigation)
Dan Warmenhoven (Chairman, NetAp Inc.)
John Warnock (Founder, Adobe Systems)
Leigh Weimers (Dean of Bay Area Journalists)
Meg Whitman (CEO, Hewlett-Packard/Former CEO, eBay)
Lew Wolff (Silicon Valley developer; Owner, Oakland A's)
Steve Wozniak (Founder, Apple)
Nathan Zommer (Founder, IXYS)

Silicon Valley captures the culture, history and spirit of a remarkable innovation powerhouse. Narrated by the legendary Leonard Nimoy, the program takes you through the early years of the founding of Stanford University, Hewlett Packard, Varian, Fai
Recent Reviews Be the first to Review this product!
0 0 0 0 reviews