1956 UNIVAC Scientific Computer 1103A Engineering Research Assoc. ERA, Sperry Remington Rand Unisys

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UNIVAC Scientific Computer: Brief but rare film footage of the UNIVAC 1103A Scientific Computer in action. A successor to the early ERA computers, the UNIVAC 1103A was used by many U.S. Government agencies during the 1950’s. Vintage film footage shows the operations console, tape units and some of the peripherals. Presented for educational purposes by Computer History Research Project. Compiled and edited by Mark Greenia. Narrated by David Melvin.

The UNIVAC 1103A of 1956 was a improved version of the 1103 of 1953.

Topics:
ERA 1101
ERA 1303
UNIVAC 1103
UNIVAC 1103A
Punched Paper Tape, Flexowriter
UNISERVO Tape Drives
Engineering Research Associates (ERA)
Remington Rand
Eckert-Mauchly
Drum Memory
Vacuum Tube
Sperry-Rand
Lockheed
NORAD
NASA
United States Air Force
Wright Patterson AFB
Wright Air Development Center
U.S. Navy
Surface to Air Missile Systems
War Game Simulations
North American Air Defense Command
CSAW Cryptanalytic
Time: 6 mins 30 sec

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1 Comment
  1. How is your Peterbilt says

    By the End of usefulness of the machine, the Tubes were Hard to get.

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