No promises, but I did send him an email.

On Fri, Jul 26, 2019 at 2:24 PM Seth J. Morabito <> wrote:

Clem Cole writes:

> Yes, it was a full Single System Image (SSI) system -- one of the 3B4000's
> SW architects was Tom Bishop, whom I'm still in contact (he's in the Austin
> these days).  Those folk did a nice job.  FWIW:   When the 4000 project was
> canceled in Indiana Hill, Tom joined us @ LCC to work on TNC.

This is of course extremeley relevant to my interests as well. Since
I've gotten the 3B2/400 emulator pretty much finished up (MAU, NI, CTC,
and PORTS are all working now), I'm turning my attention to trying to
emulate other 3B2 models, starting with the /600 and /1000 WE32200

The 3B4000 is an entirely different beast, of course, but I've seen
precious little documentation about it. I'd love to hear more from Tom
Bishop's history at Indian Hill, if he's willing to share!

  Seth Morabito
  Poulsbo, WA, USA