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A Computer of Firsts: The PDP-1
Introduced in 1959, the Programmed Data Processor-1 (PDP-1) was the first computer from Digital Equipment Corporation, the first computer to focus on interaction with the user and the first minicomput ...
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DEC’s PDP-11: A Mighty Minicomputer
Digital Equipment Corporation’s Programmed Data Processor-11 (PDP-11) series was perhaps the most popular minicomputer in history. It was in production from 1970 until the 1990s. During that time, aro ...
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Getting the Max from Micro XE
The HP 3000, first introduced as a minicomputer, continued to improve in capacity even while shrinking in size. The 3000 Micro XE could support up to 56 users, up to 8MB of memory, and another 4.5MB o ...
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HP 3000 Series 930 Processor
The processor at the heart of this HP 3000 series 930 was a part of the first generation of computers to feature Hewlett-Packard’s proprietary reduced instruction set computing technology.
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The DEC PDP 8 Minicomputer
The PDP 8 from Digital Equipment Corporation was the first commercially successful minicomputer. First introduced in 1965, its success triggered a revolution in data processing that continued through ...