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Growth of Digital Equipment: PDP-10
Digital Equipment Corporation’s PDP-10, first released in 1966 and shown here as part of the company’s DECsystem line, was one of the most important computers ever produced. It made time-share computi ...
HP 9830A: The Dawn of the Desktop
The 9830A programmable calculator was arguably Hewlett-Packard’s first desktop PC, which would also make it one of the earliest devices in the history of desktop computing. At the top of Hewlett-Packa ...
HP’s First Internal Recycling Program
Hewlett-Packard began its first internal recycling program at its Palo Alto facility in 1966, which continued into the 1970s.
Making Memories: 7900 and 7970 Drives
The 7900 disc drive (shown here in the top righthand section of the 2100 computer system) and 7970 tape drive (in the center of the righthand side) were the first memory products in their respective c ...
Packard as Deputy Secretary of Defense
From 1969–1971, Dave left Hewlett-Packard to serve as Deputy Secretary of Defense, focusing on procurement. His work would garner him multiple medals and commendations, and in 1997, the Department of ...