Computer science / Delaware

This Dover IT firm just turned 25

For a quarter century, Bits and Bytes has been doing business in an ever-evolving industry. Happy birthday, Bits and Bytes.

Whoa. Bits and Bytes, a Dover-based IT firm, just turned 25 years old.
Featured in the Cape Gazette earlier this week, the now quarter-century-old computer company (seemingly still sporting a ’90s-era website design) began with two employees and has grown to accommodate nine.
“The changes that have occurred in the technology industry in the 25 years Bits and Bytes has been in business are mind-boggling,” the article states. “The average smartphone today has more power, greater speed and greater capabilities than computers available in 1990. Computers today are also far more complex, with considerably more memory and far greater capabilities.”
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