Control Data Corporation, United States
Supercomputer pioneer Seymour Cray once claimed that he needed only one week to design this stand-alone version of his earlier CDC 160. The CDC 160A was often used for dedicated production control applications such as operating typesetting machines and mechanical lathes. It came with a high-speed paper-tape reader, paper tape punch, and a typewriter. A FORTRAN compiler was also available for those who wanted to write their own programs.
Memory Type: Core Speed: 78,125 Add/s
Memory Size: 32K Cost: $110,000
Memory Width: (12-bit)
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