Steve Golson has been consulting and doing business as Trilobyte Systems since 1986. His areas of expertise include VLSI design, computer architecture and memory systems, and digital hardware design. He has extensive experience developing synthesis, static timing, and physical design methodologies (flows) for large ICs using a variety of design tools.
Mr. Golson also provides services in website design and management, iOS app development, patent infringement analysis, reverse engineering, and expert witness testimony. He is an award-winning author and speaker. Mr. Golson provides communications training to US military customers.
From 1981 through 1985 Mr. Golson worked for General Computer of Cambridge, Mass. designing video games. He did the hardware design for GCC’s arcade enhancement kits Super Missile Attack and Crazy Otto (which eventually became Midway’s Ms. Pac-Man). He also worked on the Maria graphics chip for the Atari 7800 ProSystem home console, and contributed to various other arcade game projects at GCC including Atari’s Food Fight.
Mr. Golson has a B.S. in Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences from MIT.
He enjoys photography (especially astrophotography), competitive rifle shooting, and chicken wrangling (watch him live at HenCam). Steve is an Extra Class Amateur Radio Operator, callsign W1SEG. He is an avid historian of computing and long-time supporter of Computer History Museum.