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It says it in the article. The guy developed the computers but not the business. All kinds of companies and people were building computers and their parts. There was a missing component of marketing and business strategy that forms ecosystems in the market. That’s what the women came up with along with starting the business, financing it, etc. Those kind of techniques are what made Dell, Gateway, etc rich.
Tinkering technical geniuses building better hardware continue to languish in obscurity, barely make any money, or their companies fold to this day. Especially in space FPGA’s target. Those bringing in marketing folks or focusing on product development more than technological excellence do a lot better on average.
Dude, at least try to obscure your trolling.