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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: List of Univac products
UNIVAC 120 The Remington Rand 409 plugboard programmed punch card calculator, designed in 1949, was sold in two models: the UNIVAC 60 (1952) and the UNIVAC 120 (1953).
The UNIVAC 1103A or Univac Scientific was an upgraded version of the UNIVAC 1103 introduced by Sperry Rand in March, 1956.
The Sperry Univac Uniscope encompassed several models: the Uniscope 100, Uniscope 200, the UTS 10, the UTS 20, the UTS 30.
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  UNIVAC Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The UNIVAC division of Remington Rand was renamed the Univac division of Sperry Rand.
In the 1960s, UNIVAC was one of the eight major computer companies in an industry then referred to as "Snow White and the seven dwarfs"—IBM, the largest, being Snow White and the others being the dwarfs: Burroughs, NCR, Control Data Corporation, General Electric, RCA and Honeywell.
The UNIVAC 1105 was the successor to the 1103A, and was introduced in 1958.
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  UNIVAC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The UNIVAC division of Remington Rand was renamed Sperry UNIVAC.
The UNIVAC 1103 was a successor to the UNIVAC 1101 introduced in 1953.
The UNIVAC 1105 was the successor to the 1103A, and was introduced in 1958.
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 UNIVAC Summary
The UNIVAC division of Remington Rand was renamed the Univac division of Sperry Rand.
The UNIVAC 1103 was a successor to the UNIVAC 1101 introduced in 1953.
The UNIVAC 1105 was the successor to the 1103A, and was introduced in 1958.
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 UNIVAC
The UNIVAC division of Remington Rand was renamed Sperry UNIVAC.
UNIVAC was one of the eight major Computer companies (with IBM - the largest, Burroughs, Scientific Data Systems, Control Data Corporation, General Electric, RCA and Honeywell) through most of the 1960s.
The UNIVAC Solid State was a 2-address, bi-quinary coded decimal computer, with memory on a rotating drum with 5000 signed 10 digit words.
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 Unisys History Newsletter v1n1
UNIVAC had a strong start in Pittsburgh with the three UNIVAC I installations, but the company was not very good at supporting us with technical help and program products.
UNIVAC 1005: The 1005 went to war: at least one was used in South Vietnam, and another was in the Pentagon.
UNIVAC 418: It is said that a few 418s remained in operation until the early 1990s California is still running 418 emulation on its 1100--there's an interesting USE paper on that.
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 UNIVAC - ExampleProblems.com
The UNIVAC division of Remington Rand was renamed Sperry UNIVAC.
UNIVAC was one of the eight major computer companies (with IBM - the largest, Burroughs, Scientific Data Systems, Control Data Corporation, General Electric, RCA and Honeywell) through most of the 1960s.
The UNIVAC 1106 was the third member of Sperry Rand's UNIVAC 1100 series of computers, introduced in December 1969 and was absolutely identical to the UNIVAC 1108 in instruction set.
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 Univac
UNIVAC 1103 The UNIVAC 1103, or ERA 1103 a successor to the 1953.
UNIVAC 1108 The UNIVAC 1108 was the second member of coress were used for main memory.
UNIVAC 494 The UNIVAC 494 was a 30-bit word machine and successor to the CPU and 131K core memory.
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 UNIVAC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The improvements included core memory of 2000 to 10000 words, tape drives which could use either the old UNIVAC I metal tapes or the new mylar tapes, and some of the circuits were transistorized (although it was still a vacuum tube computer).
The UNIVAC 494 was a 30-bit and successor to the UNIVAC 490/492 with faster CPU and 131K core memory.
The UNIVAC 1103 was a suiccessor to the UNIVAC 1101 introduced in 1953.
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 UNIVAC [Definition]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
UNIVAC was one of the eight major computerA computer is a device or machine for making calculations or controlling operations that are expressible in numerical or logical terms.
The UNIVAC 494 was a 30-bit word machine and successor to the UNIVAC 490/492 with faster CPUThe central processing unit (CPU) is the part of a computer that interprets and carries out the instructions contained in the software.
The UNIVAC 1110 was the fourth member of Sperry Rand's UNIVAC 1100 series of computers, introduced in 19721972 was a leap year that started on a Saturday.
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 List of UNIVAC products - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
UNIVAC Paper Tape to Tape converter paper tape reader with tape drive
UNIVAC 1230 – later, faster (2×) version of the AN/USQ-20 (memory size and I/O were identical)
UNIVAC BP - Buffer Processor; used as communications front-end to 418 and 490
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UNIVAC 418: It is said that a few 418s are still in operation after all these years.
UNIVAC's systems programming group in St. Paul started work on an operating system for the 1107, which eventually became known as EXEC I. It was intended to support true multi-programming: sharing CPU time among several batch runs.
UNIVAC's edge over IBM in easy timesharing access also facilitated program conversions: program card decks could be read into disk files and changed with the ED processor, which seemed very powerful at the time.
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 Unisys History Newsletter v1n1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
UNIVAC had a strong start in Pittsburgh with the three UNIVAC I installations, but the company was not very good at supporting us with technical help and program products.
UNIVAC 1005: The 1005 went to war: at least one was used in South Vietnam, and another was in the Pentagon.
UNIVAC 418: It is said that a few 418s remained in operation until the early 1990s California is still running 418 emulation on its 1100--there's an interesting USE paper on that.
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 Online Encyclopedia and Dictionary - List of UNIVAC products
UNIVAC Paper Tape to Tape converter paper tape reader with tape drive
UNIVAC BP - Buffer Processor; used as communications front-end to 418 and 490
UNIVAC® has been, over the years, a registered trademark of Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, Remington Rand Corporation, Sperry Rand Corporation, Sperry Corporation, and Unisys Corporation.
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 The Rowayton Historical Society - The First Business Computer - A Timeline
The 60/120 portion of the title was a statement of memory size: 60 positions of memory versus 120 positions of memory.
The new program's primary objective was to develop a replacement for the Univac 60/120 computer which had reached the end of its life.
The life and marketability of the Univac 1004 was greatly enhanced by converting external plugboard programming to internal programming.
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 List of Univac products. Who is List of Univac products? What is List of Univac products? Where is List of Univac ...
UNIVAC 490 commercial adaptation of AN/USQ real-time system
UNIVAC 494-MAPS - The first Multi-Associated Processor System - not made available commercially
UNIVAC® has been, over the years, a registered trademark of Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, Remington Rand Corporation, Sperry Rand Corporation, Sperry Corporation, and Unisys Corporation.
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 UNIVAC I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
UNIVAC I UNIVAC I central complex, containing the central processor and mercury memory
The first UNIVAC was delivered to the United States Census Bureau on March 31, 1951 and was dedicated on June 14th that year.
The UNIVAC I computers were built by Remington Rand's UNIVAC-division (successor of the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation (EMCC), bought by Rand in 1950).
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 Upto11.net - Wikipedia Article for UNIVAC
The American company UNIVAC began as the "business" computer division of Remington Rand formed by the purchase of the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation (EMCC) in 1950.
UNIVAC III sucessor to the UNIVAC I and II models, used by the US military.
The UNIVAC 1105 was the successor to the 1103, and was introduced in 1958.
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 History of DoIT: A Century of Change
The equipment used during that time was two Univac Series 70 Processors (70/2 with 512K and 70/45 with 256K) (formerly RCA), with disc storage as well as tape, and three "high-speed" printers.
Univac was later replaced with the RCA Spectra 35 and the more powerful Sperry models which no longer required punch cards: 90/80, 1100/60 and 1100/90.
Allen Elliott, current Deputy CIO of Westchester County, and fellow IT staff admire the Univac 1005, an enhanced version of the 1004 system.
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 UNIVAC 1005
The UNIVAC 1005 was an enhanced version of the UNIVAC 1004 introduced in February 1966.
The main improvement was convertion from external plugboard program to internal stored program.
The UNIVAC 1005 saw extensive use by the US Army, including the first use of an electronic computer on the battlefield.
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In 1954 he was a member of the DuPont team evaluating the first computer, the UNIVAC I, Number 1 at the U.S. Bureau of Census.
On the UNIVAC I, he wrote several engineering applications.
His group was also responsible for specifying the Mod-V Tabulator which was marketed as the 1004 and 1005 small computers.
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 UNIVAC information - Search.com
It represented a marked change of architecture: unlike previous models, it was not a strict two-address machine: it was a single address machine with 65536 words of core memory.
The machine's registers were stored in 128 words of thin film memory, a faster form of magnetic storage.
UNIVAC Simulator 1.2 – by Peter Zilahy Ingerman; Shareware simulator of the UNIVAC I and II
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 Articles - UNIVAC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This one was intended first for the Bureau of the Census, which paid for much of the development, and then was put in production.
It was well known, they thought, that the market would be saturated with some five or six machines.
Anecdote: General Electric came to Philadelphia to complain that we were not delivering a UNIVAC (probably serial number 4) to them on the schedule we promised.
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 UNIVAC Systems
UNIVAC 1 (March 29, 1951, acceptance testing competed)
Note: Remington Rand merges with Sperry Gyroscope Company.
UNIVAC 1100/60, /60 AVP, /61, 61 B1 Note: Sperry drops the name "UNIVAC" from its product line.
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UNIVAC 1104 [30b] ATHENA [24b] BOGART [24b] 1958 UNIVAC SOLID STATE UNIVAC 1105 1959
UNIVAC 418 [18b] 1964 UNIVAC 1004 II UNIVAC 1108
UNIVAC 418 II, UNIVAC 1219 1965 UNIVAC 1005 UNIVAC 1108 II UNIVAC 491 492
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 Univac - OneLook Dictionary Search
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 FEDERAL PROSECUTION VIOLATIONS OF INTELL. PROP. RIGHTS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The jury found that the defendants defrauded Univac of their loyal and faithful services as employees, and used the mails in furtherance of their scheme.
The court denied the defendants' post-trial motions arguing that their convictions should be overturned because the government failed to prove that the goal of the fraudulent scheme was to obtain money or some tangible property right from Univac.
The court noted that a private employee may be convicted for mail fraud for failure to render honest and faithful services to his employer if he devises a scheme to deceive, mislead, or conceal material information.
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 PCX bei eLexi - das Onlinelexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The UNIVAC 1004 was a plugboard-programmed punch card data processing system by UNIVAC.
The UNIVAC 1104 was a 30 bit version of the UNIVAC 1103 built for Westinghouse Electric Corporation, in 1957, for use on the BOMARC missile program.
He wanted to focuss only on the literature left behind by H.P. Blavatsky and W.Q. The UNIVAC 1106 was the third member of Sperry Rand's UNIVAC 1100 series of computers, introduced in December 1969 and was absolutely identical to the UNIVAC 1108 in instruction set.
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 Many Paths Traveled - Computerworld
A private with a data processing management degree who was called to serve in the largest draft of the Vietnam War, Burrows spent 14- to 16-hour days as a grunt programmer traveling around base camps with a Univac 1005.
In one of the earliest uses of mobile distributed computing, he used a minicomputer to order food, ammo and other supplies - and manage payroll - by taking requests from the local commanders and transmitting them to a logistics command center.
The blinking lights of the Univac gave way to the light show of rockets headed for the data center.
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 List of Univac products - free-definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
UNIVAC 1230 - A later, faster (2x) version of the NTDS.
A history of Univac computers and Operating Systems (http://www.cs.und.edu/~rmarsh/CLASS/CS451/HANDOUTS/os-unisys.pdf)
HTML tag to link this keyword on your website: List of Univac products
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 Leonard Jowers' Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Participated in the development of a pioneer blood sample based, medical diagnosis program for humans (UNIVAC 1108, FORTRAN and assembler).
Supported commercial and scientific software on UNIVAC 1108 (EXEC 8, APT, Automatic Programming Tool language; STRESS, STRuctural Engineering System language, FORTRAN payroll, assembler on system issues) then 1110 via UNIVAC 1004.
Designed and implemented a 4000 man construction payroll (including union and welfare calculations) in three months (UNIVAC 9400 TOS, RPG).
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 The Dead media Project:Working Notes:00.6
11 Eckert-Mauchley UNIVAC 1101 Era 1101 Dec 1950
140 UNIVAC Solid State 80/90 I Jan 1960
174 UNIVAC Solid State 80/90 II Jan 1961
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* Rockwell AIM-65 1976 * JOLT-1 1976 * UNIVAC 1100/20 1976 * DEC LSI11 (16 bit microcomputer) 1976/77 * Tandy TRS-80 model 1 1977?
* Fairchild F8 1977 * HP 250 1977 * Commodore PET 1977 * Commodore PET 2001 1977 * Nascom 1 1977 * Exidy Sorcerer 1977 * UNIVAC 1195 1977 * Commodore Amiga 500 1977 * Commodore 2001 ????
* Atari 400 1978 * Atari 800 1978 * DEC VAX 11/780 1978 * UNIVAC 1100/80 1978 * IBM 4300 Jan 1979 * DEC PDP-11/23 Jan 1979 * Norsk Data NORD-100 Mar 1979?
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