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Jay Miner - Father Of The Amiga - Truly uberleet

Starting of his career in medical electronics design, he soon move to Atari and designed the TIA, ANTIC and CTIA chips which powered 8-bit Atari computers.

Starting the company "Hi-Toro" to begin designing the custom chips of a super game machine, he soon realised the Amiga was more than a games machine.

Putting together a team that would design the Amiga 1000 computer he was instrumental in the overall design and financing of the project, named lorraine.

The result was the Amiga 1000 Computer.

Having finacial dealings with Commodore Business Machines to produce the Amiga 1000 the whole Amiga company was purchased by CBM and renamed "Amiga Inc."