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called IBM’s first scientific computer, “the machine that carried us into the electronics business.

Primera generación de computadoras

Dr ‘Fluffy’ Pearcey programming CSIRAC (Australia’s first Computer) to dispense cat fud.

Univac DCT 2000

Univac DCT 2000

RAMVAC - first computer with a hard drive (1950s).

Computers were programmed with punch cards. Morrell used punch cards in college in the

IBM System360 Mod 20

My career started in Chichester as operator of an IBM computer in It had no tapes or discs and used punched cards. The memory was 8 kilobytes - a miniscule part of a megabyte.

System/360 Model 40

This is the very first computer I operated for Atlantic Insurance Company in the early

This truly one-of-a-kind machine, a UNIVAC 9400 mainframe, is the heart of one of the most impressive exhibitions of the museum. In the 1960s it was used in the computer center of an industrial complex located in Cologne.

This truly one-of-a-kind machine, a UNIVAC 9400 mainframe, is the heart of one of the most impressive exhibitions of the museum. In the it was used in the computer center of an industrial complex located in Cologne.

IBM 7090 mainframe computer, (1958).

IBM 7090 mainframe computer, (1958).

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Early days of computers

A small digital computer designed for the businessman.

How it Works: The Computer 1971

Database Administration | Question Paper 2073 | BSc.CSIT 7th Semester

Database Administration

Database Administration | Question Paper 2073 | BSc.CSIT 7th Semester

IBM System/370 Model 158. If I pinned a Cyber 18/30, I had to pin the 370. This was the system I learned computing on. Except I used the the 370/158-AP where the AP was for Attached Processor. Needed the attached processor to bring the system up to 8 MEGAbytes of core memory.

IBM Model If I pinned a Cyber I had to pin the This was the system I learned computing on. Except I used the the where the AP was for Attached Processor. Needed the attached processor to bring the system up to 8 MEGAbytes of core memory.

We used a ton of paper back then for everything!!!  http://www.blogto.com/upload/2011/09/2011922-winspear-f1257_s1057_it9318.jpg

Vintage computers and technology in Toronto

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In this 1954 photo provided by IBM, the company's “Electronic Brain,” the 701 Electronic Data Processing Machine is shown.

Remington Rand Univac System.

Remington Rand Univac System.

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