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List of UNIVAC products

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List of UNIVAC products

This is a list of UNIVAC products. It ends in 1986, the year that Sperry Corporation merged with Burroughs Corporation to form Unisys.

Contents

  • The Remington Rand years (1950 to 1955) 1
    • Calculating devices 1.1
    • Computer systems 1.2
    • Peripherals 1.3
      • Storage 1.3.1
      • Display and print 1.3.2
    • Offline tape handling units 1.4
  • The Sperry Rand years (1955 to 1978) 2
    • Calculating devices 2.1
    • Computer systems 2.2
      • Embedded systems 2.2.1
      • Word machines 2.2.2
      • Variable word length machines 2.2.3
      • Byte machines 2.2.4
    • Peripherals 2.3
      • Storage 2.3.1
      • Display and print 2.3.2
      • Communication 2.3.3
    • Software 2.4
      • Operating systems and system software 2.4.1
      • Utilities, languages, and development aids 2.4.2
      • Applications 2.4.3
  • The Sperry Corporation years (1978 to 1986) 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

The Remington Rand years (1950 to 1955)

Calculating devices

Computer systems

Peripherals

Storage

Display and print

Offline tape handling units

The Sperry Rand years (1955 to 1978)

Calculating devices

Computer systems

Embedded systems

Word machines

Variable word length machines

Byte machines

These machines implemented a variant of the IBM System/360 architecture

Peripherals

Storage

Display and print

Communication

  • UNIVAC BP - Buffer Processor; used as communications front-end to 418 and 490

Software

Operating systems and system software

Utilities, languages, and development aids

Applications

The Sperry Corporation years (1978 to 1986)

  • UNIVAC 90/25
  • UNIVAC 90/30
  • UNIVAC 90/40
  • UNIVAC 90/60
  • UNIVAC 90/70
  • UNIVAC 90/80

References

  1. ^ USS 90 Specification Features by Remington Rand Univac

External links

  • A history of Univac computers and Operating Systems
  • UNIVAC CPU Timeline (1950-1980)
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