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Space4U Podcast Featuring Dr. Giorgio Coraluppi & Michael Hockenberry

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The Space Foundation’s latest Space4U podcast highlights the successful working relationship between Compunetix and NASA over the past 40 years. Listen as Dr. Coraluppi and Mike Hockenberry discuss the company’s guiding philosophy, their experiences at NASA, the role that Compunetix played in Command Center communications following the 9/11 tragedies, and the hardware they developed for IBM’s “Deep Blue,” the computer that challenged world chess champion Garry Kasparov.

Compunetix and Dr. Coraluppi were inducted into the Space Technology Hall of Fame in 2020 for developing NASA’s conferencing technology, which is now used by nearly every major conference call provider.

With efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, Compunetix technology, originally developed for space exploration in the 1980s, is keeping millions of people connected all over the world in every industry, from space technology to distance learning.

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