Dennis Moeller

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Dennis Moeller (born April 28, 1950 in St. Louis ) is an American electrical engineer.

Moeller studied electrical engineering at the University of Missouri with a bachelor's and master's degree and was employed by IBM from 1974 , first in semiconductor manufacturing and then in a printer project for minicomputers. With Mark E. Dean he developed the ISA bus for the communication of the CPU of computers with peripheral devices (mice, monitors, printers, keyboards, etc.). The concept hit the market in 1984 with the IBM PC / AT , and in 1985 they received a patent for it. Moeller became Senior Technical Staff Member in the IBM Consumer Division.

In 1997 he was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame with Dean . He holds 25 patents on PCs and printers.

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  1. Patent US4528626 : Microcomputer system with bus control means for peripheral processing devices. Published July 9, 1985 , Inventors: Dean Mark, Dennis Moeller.