Convergent Technologies designs computers for name-brand makers
It chronicles some company insights and culture into a time when the MiniFrame had just been developed, and just on the cusp of the "secret" Convergent-built AT&T UNIX PC 7300 project.
Steve Blank has a strong presence even today. I love his writings of:
(where Steve actually hyperlinks this very article)
This is one of my favorite segments:
Of course, in retrospect, that is a dead giveaway, since the AT&T UNIX PC 7300 is indeed, based on the Motorola 68000
The first dates I've ever seen on a MightyFrame are from 1986, so this is just a year or so before its first manufacture.