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Encyclopedia > List of IBM products

The following is a list of products from the International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation and its predecessor corporations, beginning in the 1890s, and spanning punched card machinery, time clocks, and typewriters, via mainframe computers and minicomputers, to microprocessors, PCs, laptop PCs, and more. International Business Machines Corporation (IBM, or colloquially, Big Blue) (NYSE: IBM) (incorporated June 15, 1911, in operation since 1888) is headquartered in Armonk, New York, USA. The company manufactures and sells computer hardware, software, and services. ... A CTR census machine, utilizing a punched card system. ... Early 20th century time clock made by IBM. The face shows employee numbers which would be dialed up by employees entering and leaving the factory. ... Mechanical desktop typewriters, such as this Underwood Five, were long time standards of government agencies, newsrooms, and sales offices. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Minicomputer (colloquially, mini) is a largely obsolete term for a class of multi-user computers which make up the middle range of the computing spectrum, in between the largest multi-user systems (traditionally, mainframe computers) and the smallest single-user systems (microcomputers or personal computers). ... A microprocessor is a programmable digital electronic component that incorporates the functions of a central processing unit (CPU) on a single semiconducting integrated circuit (IC). ... IBM PC (IBM 5150) with keyboard and green screen monochrome monitor (IBM 5151), running MS-DOS 5. ... Laptop with touchpad. ...


This list is eclectic; it includes, for example, the AN/FSQ-7, which was not a product in the sense of offered for sale, but was a product in the sense of manufactured - produced by the labor of IBM. The software listings are generally software families, not products (Fortran was not a product; Fortran H was a product). Indeed, the software listings at this time are few, compared to what IBM produced. Also missing are OEM products (semiconductors, for example), supplies (punched cards, for example). The AN/FSQ-7 (aka Whirlwind II) intercept computer, developed by Cambridge Research Laboratory and IBM in partnership with the US Air Force, was, as its alias suggests, a modified Whirlwind computer. ... Fortran (previously FORTRAN[1]) is a general-purpose[2], procedural,[3] imperative programming language that is especially suited to numeric computation and scientific computing. ... Original equipment manufacturer, or OEM, is a term that refers to a situation in which one company purchases a manufactured product from another company and resells the product as its own, usually as a part of a larger product it sells. ...


See also: IBM mainframe, IBM minicomputer SAS 8 on an IBM mainframe under 3270 emulation An IBM mainframe is a mainframe computer made by IBM. // From 1952 into the late 1960s, IBM manufactured and marketed several large computer models, known as the IBM 700/7000 series. ... IBM has made several models of midrange computers over the years: the System/3, System/34, System/36, System/38, and finally AS/400 (recently rechristened the iSeries). ...

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Unit record equipment

Before the advent of electronic computers, data processing was performed using electromechanical devices called unit record equipment, electric accounting machines (EAM) or tabulating machines. ...

Keypunches and verifiers

  • IBM 001 — Mechanical punch [1]
  • IBM 002 — Port-a-punch
  • IBM 011 — Electric punch
  • IBM 012 — Duplicating punch
  • IBM 015 — Motorized punch
  • IBM 016 — Electric duplicating punch key punch [2]
  • IBM 024 — Electronic (tube) punch, non-printing, BCD zone codes; 1949
  • IBM 026 — Electronic (tube) punch, printing, BCD zone codes; 1949
  • IBM 028
  • IBM 029 — Electric (diodes & relays) punch, printing, EBCDIC zone codes; 1964[3]
  • IBM 031 — Alphabetical duplicating punch; 1933[4]
  • IBM 032 — Printing punch; 1933[5]
  • IBM 036 — Alphabetical printing punch
  • IBM 040 — Tape Controlled Card Punch; 1941[6]
  • IBM 046 — Tape-to-Card Punch [7]
  • IBM 047 — Tape-to-Card Printing Punch [8]
  • IBM 051 — Mechanical verifier
  • IBM 052 — Motorized verifier
  • IBM 056 — Electronic (tube) verifier, BCD zone codes; 1949 [9]
  • IBM 059 — Electric (diodes & relays) verifer, EBCDIC zone codes; 1964[10]
  • IBM 063 — Card-to-Tape Punch [11]
  • IBM 065 — Data Transceiver [12]
  • IBM 066 — Data Transceiver Printing [13]
  • IBM 129 — Integrated circuits (SLT) punch printing, EBCDIC zone codes; 1971
  • IBM 797 — Document Numbering Punch; 1951[14]
  • IBM 824 — Typewriter Card Punch [15]
  • IBM 826 — Typewriter Card Punch Printing [16]
  • IBM Port-A-Punch — Port-A-Punch; 1958

IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... A key punch is a machine for manually entering data onto punch cards. ... In computing and electronic systems, Binary-coded decimal (BCD) is an encoding for decimal numbers in which each digit is represented by its own binary sequence. ... A key punch is a machine for manually entering data onto punch cards. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... A key punch is a machine for manually entering data onto punch cards. ... EBCDIC (Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code) is an 8-bit character encoding (code page) used on IBM mainframe operating systems, like z/OS, OS/390, VM and VSE, as well as IBM minicomputer operating systems like OS/400 and i5/OS. It is also employed on various non-IBM... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... A key punch is a machine for manually entering data onto punch cards. ... A double width SLT card. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... IBM 029 keypunch. ... A CTR census machine, utilizing a punched card system. ...

Other Unit Record Equipment

  • Hollerith Census Tabulator 1890 [17]
  • Hollerith Integrating Tabulator 1896 [18]
  • Hollerith Automatic Feed Tabulator 1900 [19]
  • Hollerith Type I Tabulator (Type 090) 1906 [20]
  • Hollerith Type III Tabulator (Type 091) 1921 [21]
  • Hollerith Type 3-S Tabulator 192x [22]
  • Hollerith Type IV Tabulator. (Type 301) 1928 [23]
  • Columbia Difference Tabulator 1931 [24]
  • IBM 4 — Tabulator; 1928 [25]
  • Hollerith 70 — Vertical Sorter; 1908[26]
  • IBM 71 — Vertical Sorter; 1928[27]
  • IBM 75 — Card Sorter
  • IBM 77 — Electric Punched Card Collator; 1937[28]
  • IBM 80 series Card Sorters (Includes 80[29], 81, 82[30], 83[31], and 84)
  • IBM 85 — Collator; 1957[32]
  • IBM 87 — Alphabetic Collator
  • IBM 88 — Collator
  • IBM 89 — Alphabetic Collator [33]
  • IBM 101 — Statistical Machine; 1952 [34]
  • IBM 108 — Card Proving Machine; 196X
  • IBM 109 — Statistical Sorter
  • IBM 285 — Electric Accounting Machine; 1933[35]
  • IBM 301 — Accounting Machine; 1928[36]
  • IBM 401 — Tabulator; 1933 [37]
  • IBM 402 — Alphabetic Accounting Machine 1948 [38]
  • IBM 403 — Alphabetic Accounting Machine [39]
  • IBM 404 — Accounting Machine
  • IBM 405 — Accounting Machine; 1934[40]
  • IBM 407 — Alphabetic Accounting Machine; 1949 [41]
  • IBM 408 — Alphabetic Accounting Machine; [42]
  • IBM 409 — Tabulator [43]
  • IBM 412 — Accounting Machine
  • IBM 416 — Accounting Machine
  • IBM 418 — Accounting Machine
  • IBM 419 — Numerical Accounting Machine [44]
  • IBM 513 — Reproducing Punch
  • IBM 514 — Reproducing Punch [45]
  • IBM 519 — End Printing Reproducing Punch [46]
  • IBM 521 — Card Read Punches [47]
  • IBM 523 — Gang Summary Punch; 1949[48]
  • IBM 524 — Electronic (tube) summary punch, non-printing, BCD zone codes
  • IBM 526 — Electronic (tube) summary punch, printing, BCD zone codes
  • IBM 527 — Reproducing Punch
  • IBM 528 — Accumulating Reproducer [49]
  • IBM 529 — Card Read Punches [50]
  • IBM 548 — Alphabetic Interpreter
  • IBM 549 — Ticket Converter [51]
  • IBM 550 — Numerical Interpreter
  • IBM 551 — Check Writing Interpreter
  • IBM 552 — Alphabetic Interpreter [52]
  • IBM 555 — Alphabetic Interpreter
  • IBM 557 — Alphabetic Interpreter [53]
  • IBM 916 — Bill Feed [54]
  • IBM 922 — Tape-Controlled Carriage [55]
  • IBM 923 — Tape-Controlled Carriage [56]
  • IBM Electromatic Table Printing Machine — Typesetting-quality printer; 1946 [57]

Before the advent of electronic computers, data processing was performed using electromechanical devices called unit record equipment, electric accounting machines (EAM) or tabulating machines. ... Later model IBM card sorter, type 84 The IBM 80 Electric Punched Card Sorting Machine, was introduced by IBM in 1925. ... The IBM 101 Statistical Sorting Machine (from IBM: A22-0502-1): ...combines in one unit the functions of sorting, counting, accumulating, balancing, editing, and printing of summaries of facts recorded in IBM cards. ... A 407 at US Armys Redstone Arsenel in 1961. ... The IBM 407 Accounting Machine was the culmination of a long line of IBM tabulating equipment, dating back to the days of Herman Hollerith. ... The IBM 513 Reproducing Punch was a card punching machine developed by IBM. The machine could perform these functions: Reproducing all or part of the data on a deck of punched cards. ... The IBM 514 Reproducing Punch was a card punching machine developed by IBM. The machine could perform these functions: Reproducing all or part of the data on a deck of punched cards. ... The IBM 519 Electric Document Originating Machine, introduced in 1946, was the last in a series of unit record machines designed for automated production of punch cards. ... The IBM 550 numerical interpreter. ... The IBM 557 Alphabetic Interpreter allowed holes in punch cards to be interpreted and the Hollerith punch card characters printed on any row or column, programmed by the means of a wiring plug board. ... The IBM Electromatic Table Printing Machine was a typesetting-quality printer, consisting of a modified IBM Electromatic Proportional Spacing Typewriter connected to a modified IBM 016 keypunch. ...

Calculating devices

  • IBM 600 — Multiplying Punch; 1931 [58]
  • IBM 601 — Multiplying Punch; 1933 [59][60]
  • IBM Relay Calculator — aka The IBM Pluggable Sequence Relay Calculator (Aberdeen Machine) [61], [62]
  • IBM ASCC — Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator; 1944
  • IBM 602 — Calculating Punch; 1946 [63]
  • IBM 603 — Electronic Multiplier; 1946[64]
  • IBM 604 — Electronic Calculating Punch; 1948 [65]
  • IBM SSEC — Selective Sequence Electronic Calculator; 1948 [66]
  • IBM 605 — Electronic Calculator 1949 [67]
  • IBM CPC — Card Programmed Electronic Calculator; 1949 [68]
  • IBM 607 — Electronic Calculating Punch; 1953 [69]
  • IBM 608 — Transistorized Electronic Calculator; 1957[70]
  • IBM 609 — Transistorized Calculator; 1960 [71]
  • IBM 632 — Electronic Typing Calculator; 1958
  • IBM 6405 — Transistorized Electronic Calculator/accounting machine family 1962

Portion of the Harvard-IBM Mark 1, left side. ... The IBM 602 Calculating Punch was an electromechanical plug-board programmed calculator capable of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, introduced by IBM in 1946. ... The IBM 603 was the first mass-produced commercial electronic calculating device; it used vacuum tubes to perform multiplication and addition. ... The IBM 604 was a plug-board programmable Electronic Calculating Punch introduced in 1948, and was a machine on which considerable expectations for the future of IBM were pinned and in which a corresponding amount of planning talent was invested. ... The IBM Selective Sequence Electronic Calculator (SSEC), also called Poppa, was an electomechanical computer built by IBM, finished in January 1948. ... The IBM Card-Programmed Electronic Calculator or CPC was announced by IBM in May 1949. ... Assorted discrete transistors A transistor is a semiconductor device, commonly used as an amplifier or an electrically controlled switch. ... The IBM 632 was a valve-and-relay driven basic (very basic) accounting machine, introduced in 1958, that was available in seven different models. ... IBM 6400 machines. ...

Time clocks

  • none yet entered into list

Typewriters

The IBM Electromatic typewriter was the first commercially successful electric typewriter. ... The IBM Electric typewriters were a series of electric typewriters that IBM manufactured, starting in the late 1940s. ... IBM Selectric The IBM Selectric typewriter (occasionally known as the IBM Golfball typewriter) is an influential electric typewriter design. ... Friden Calculating Machine Company (Friden, Inc. ...

Copier/Duplicators

  • IBM Series III Copier/Duplicator Model 10; introduced 1976 [73]
  • IBM Series III Copier/Duplicator Model 20; introduced 1976 [74]

The IBM line of Copier/Duplicators, and their associated service contracts, were sold to Eastman Kodak in 1988. [75] Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK) is an American multinational public company. ... Year 1988 (MCMLXXXVIII) was a leap year starting on Friday (link displays 1988 Gregorian calendar). ...


Other non-computer products

  • IBM 805 — Test Scoring Machine, 1938 [76]
  • IBM 805 — Test Scoring Machine, later version [77]
  • IBM Lectern — 1954 [78]
  • IBM Radiotype — [79]
  • IBM Scanistor — [80]
  • IBM Shoebox — Voice recognition, 1962 [81]
  • IBM Ticketograph — 1937 [82]
  • IBM Toll Collection System — [83]
  • IBM Wireless Translation System — 1947 [84]
  • IBM Hydrogen Peroxide Analyzer — 1982 [85]
  • IBM PW 200 Percussive Welder — 1960s [86]
  • IBM Industrial Scale — 1930s [87]
  • IBM Style 5011 — ¼ horsepower electric coffee mill; 1920s[88]
  • IBM Style 5117 — ½ horsepower meat chopper; late 1920s[89]
  • M1 Carbine — rifle; World War II
  • Browning Automatic Riflelight machine gun; World War II

The M1 Carbine (formally the United States Carbine, Caliber . ... Combatants Allied powers: China France Great Britain Soviet Union United States and others Axis powers: Germany Italy Japan and others Commanders Chiang Kai-shek Charles de Gaulle Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin Franklin Roosevelt Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Hideki Tōjō Casualties Military dead: 17,000,000 Civilian dead: 33,000... The Browning Automatic Rifle (more formally the Browning Automatic Rifle, Caliber . ... The M249 Squad Automatic Weapon, one of the most popular modern 5. ... Combatants Allied powers: China France Great Britain Soviet Union United States and others Axis powers: Germany Italy Japan and others Commanders Chiang Kai-shek Charles de Gaulle Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin Franklin Roosevelt Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Hideki Tōjō Casualties Military dead: 17,000,000 Civilian dead: 33,000...

Electronic computers

Computers based on vacuum tubes (1950s)

  • IBM 305RAMACRandom Access Method of Accounting and Control; 1956
  • IBM 610 — Auto-Point Computer; 1957
  • IBM 650 — Business Magnetic Drum Data Processing Machine; 1954
  • IBM 701 — Defense Calculator; 1952
  • IBM 702 — Business Electronic Data Processing Machine; 1953
  • IBM 704 — Scientific Electronic Data Processing Machine; 1956
  • IBM 705 — Business Electronic Data Processing Machine; 1954
  • IBM 709 — Scientific Data Processing System; 1958
  • IBM NORC — Naval Ordnance Research Calculator; 1954
  • AN/FSQ-7 — computer for the Semi Automatic Ground Environment; 1959

Structure of a vacuum tube diode Structure of a vacuum tube triode In electronics, a vacuum tube, electron tube, or (outside North America) thermionic valve or just valve, is a device used to amplify, switch or modify a signal by controlling the movement of electrons in an evacuated space. ... This does not cite any references or sources. ... IBM 305 at U. S. Army Red River Arsenal The IBM RAMAC 305 was the first commercial computer that used magnetic disk storage. ... RAMAC is an IBM trademark for mass storage products. ... The IBM 610 Auto-Point Computer was the first personal computer, in the sense of a computer to be used by one person and was controlled by a keyboard. ... IBM 650 front panel, showing bi-quinary indicators IBM 650 front panel, rear view The IBM 650 was one of IBM’s early computers, and the world’s first mass-produced computer. ... The IBM 701, known as the Defense Calculator while in development, was announced to the public on April 29, 1952, and was IBM’s first commercial scientific computer. ... The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of incompatible large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... The IBM 704, the first mass-produced computer with floating point arithmetic hardware, was introduced by IBM in April, 1956. ... An IBM 704 mainframe (image courtesy of LLNL) The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... The IBM 709 was an early computer system introduced by IBM in August, 1958. ... The IBM Naval Ordnance Research Calculator (NORC) was a one-of-a-kind first-generation (vacuum tube) electronic computer built by IBM for the United States Navys Bureau of Ordnance. ... The AN/FSQ-7 (aka Whirlwind II) intercept computer, developed by Cambridge Research Laboratory and IBM in partnership with the US Air Force, was, as its alias suggests, a modified Whirlwind computer. ... SAGE Sector Control Room. ...

Computers based on discrete transistors (1960s)

Assorted discrete transistors A transistor is a semiconductor device, commonly used as an amplifier or an electrically controlled switch. ... The 1960s decade refers to the years from January 1, 1960 to December 31, 1969, inclusive. ... The AN/FSQ-31V was a computer made by IBM (International Business Machines) in 1960 and 1961 for the United States Air Force Strategic Air Command (SAC). ... Seal of the Air Force. ... // The Strategic Automated Command and Control System was the command and control system used to coordinate the operational functions of the Strategic Air Command. ... The IBM 1400 series was a family of mid-range buisiness computers that IBM sold in the early 1960s as a replacement for unit record equipment. ... IBM 1401 (Card system) The IBM 1401, the first member of the IBM 1400 series, was a variable wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on October 5, 1959. ... The IBM 1410 was a variable wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on September 12, 1960 and marketed as a midrange Business Computer. It was withdrawn on March 30, 1970. ... The IBM 1400 series was a family of mid-range buisiness computers that IBM sold in the early 1960s as a replacement for unit record equipment. ... The IBM 1440 was an IBM computer designed as a low-cost system for smaller businesses. ... The IBM 1440 was an IBM computer designed as a low-cost system for smaller businesses. ... The IBM 1440 was an IBM computer designed as a low-cost system for smaller businesses. ... The IBM 1400 series was a family of mid-range buisiness computers that IBM sold in the early 1960s as a replacement for unit record equipment. ... The IBM 1401 was a variable wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on October 5, 1959 and marketed as an inexpensive Business Computer. It was withdrawn on February 8, 1971. ... The IBM 1620 was announced by IBM on October 21, 1959 and marketed as an inexpensive scientific computer. It was withdrawn on November 19, 1970. ... The IBM 1710 was a process control system that IBM marketed in the early 1960s. ... The IBM 1720 was a pilot project to create a real-time process control computer based on the IBM 1620 Model I. Only three 1720 systems were ever built: one for the Amoco oil refinery in Whiting, Indiana; one for the Socal oil refinery in El Segundo, California; and one... The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of incompatible large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... The IBM 7030, also known as Stretch, was IBMs first attempt at building a supercomputer. ... A supercomputer is a computer that led the world in terms of processing capacity, particularly speed of calculation, at the time of its introduction. ... An IBM 7040 in operation from 1964 to 1974 at the German university Technische Hochschule Darmstadt The IBM 7040, a scaled down version of the IBM 7090 introduced by IBM in April, 1963, was a later member of the IBM 700/7000 series of scientific computers. ... The IBM 7044 was a scaled up version of the IBM 7040, which, in turn, was a scaled down version of the IBM 7090 scientific computer. ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... The IBM 7080 was a transistorized variable word length BCD computer in the IBM 700/7000 series commercial architecture line, introduced in August 1961, that provided an upgrade path from the vacuum tube IBM 705 computer. ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... The IBM 7094 the fourth member of the most popular family of IBMs large second-generation transistorized mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The first 7094 installation was in September 1962. ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... This article or section should be merged with Harvest (computer). ... ATLAS Cryptanalytic computers were designed to be used for cryptanalysis. ...

Computers based on SLT or discrete IC CPUs (1964 to present)

  • IBM 1130 — Low-cost, desk-size computer; 1965
  • IBM 1800 — Process control variant of the 1130; 1964
  • IBM 2020 — System/360 Model 20 Central Processing Unit; almost a 360
  • IBM 2022 — System/360 Model 22 Central Processing Unit; small range 360
  • IBM 2025 — System/360 Model 25 Central Processing Unit; small range 360
  • IBM 2030 — System/360 Model 30 Central Processing Unit; small range 360
  • IBM 2040 — System/360 Model 40 Central Processing Unit; small range 360
  • IBM 2044 — System/360 Model 44 Central Processing Unit; mid range, science-only 360; business with special feature
  • IBM 2050 — System/360 Model 50 Central Processing Unit; mid range 360
  • IBM 2060 — System/360 Models 60 and 62 Central Processing Unit; mid-range 360
  • IBM 2064 — System/360 Models 64 and 66 Central Processing Unit; mid range 360 Multi-Processor with virtual memory (DAT)
  • IBM 2065 — System/360 Model 65 Central Processing Unit; mid range 360
  • IBM 2067 — System/360 Model 67 Central Processing Unit; mid range 360 Multi-Processor with virtual memory (DAT)
  • IBM 2070 — System/360 Model 70 Central Processing Unit; high range 360
  • IBM 2075 — System/360 Model 75 Central Processing Unit; high range 360
  • IBM 2091 — System/360 Model 91 Central Processing Unit; high range 360
  • IBM 2095 — System/360 Model 95 Central Processing Unit; high range 360
  • IBM 3033 — Multiprocessor complex; 1977
  • IBM 3081 — 1980. Models: D, G, G2, GX, K (1981), K2, KX (2 = enhanced version). 3081 + 3081 = 3084 with same serial number, but two on/off switches.
  • IBM 3083 — Models: B (1982), B2, BX, CX, E (1982), E2, EX, J (1982), J2, JX
  • IBM 3084 — 2 3081s. Models: Q 2-way, Q 2-way2, QX 2-way, Q 4-way, Q 4-way2, QX 4-way; 1982
  • IBM 3090 — J series supersedes S series. Models: 150, 150E, 180, 200 (1985), 400 2-way (1985), 400 4-way (1985), 600E (1987), 600S (1988). A 400 is really two 200s bolted together, and single framed. Trouble is, you get heaps of power to process, but some limits, like CSA size, are still fixed by the 16MB line in MVS.
  • IBM 3115 — System/370 Model 115 Central Processing Unit; small range 370
  • IBM 3125 — System/370 Model 125 Central Processing Unit; small range 370
  • IBM 3135 — System/370 Model 135 Central Processing Unit; small range 370
  • IBM 3145 — System/370 Model 145 Central Processing Unit; small range 370
  • IBM 3155 — System/370 Model 155 Central Processing Unit; mid range 370 without virtual memory [DAT] unless upgraded to 155-II
  • IBM 3165 — System/370 Model 165 Central Processing Unit; mid range 370 without virtual memory [DAT] unless upgraded to 165-II
  • IBM 3138 — System/370 Model 138 Central Processing Unit; small range 370
  • IBM 3148 — System/370 Model 148 Central Processing Unit; small range 370
  • IBM 3158 — System/370 Model 158 Central Processing Unit; mid range 370
  • IBM 3168 — System/370 Model 168 Central Processing Unit; mid range 370
  • IBM 3195 — System/360 Model 195 or System/370 Model 195 Central Processing Unit; high range 360 or 370 without virtual memory [DAT]
  • IBM 3730 — Distributed Office Communication System; 1978
  • IBM 3741 — Data Station; 1973
  • IBM 3790
  • IBM 4300; 1979
  • IBM 4321
  • IBM 4331
  • IBM 4341
  • IBM 4361; 1983
  • IBM 4380
  • IBM 4381; 1983
  • IBM 4575 — System/88 processor
  • IBM 4576 — System/88 processor
  • IBM 4956 — Series/1 processor; 1976
  • IBM 5100 — 'Portable' computer; 1975 evolution of the 1973 SCAMP (Special Computer APL Machine Portable) prototype.
  • IBM 5110 — 'Portable' computer; 1978 Models 1, 2 & 3 featured a QIC tape drive, and then floppy disk drives.
  • IBM 5120 — 'Portable' computer; 1980 featured two built-in 8 inch 1.2 MB floppy disk drives.
  • IBM 5320 — System/32 System Unit; 1975
  • IBM 5340 — System/34 System Unit
  • IBM 5360 — System/36 System Unit
  • IBM 5362 — System/36 System Unit
  • IBM 5363 — System/36 System Unit
  • IBM 5381 — System/38 System Unit; 1978
  • IBM 5382 — System/38 System Unit
  • IBM 8100 — Information System; 1978
  • IBM 8150 — Processor
  • IBM 9020 — For FAA
  • IBM 9081 — Airlines version of the 3081
  • IBM 9083 — Airlines version of the 3083
  • IBM 9190 — Airlines version of the 3090; 1959
  • IBM 9373 — Models 20, 30, 40
  • IBM 9375 — Models 40, 50, 60
  • IBM 9377 — Models 80 and 90
  • IBM 9672
  • IBM ES/9370
  • IBM Series/1
  • IBM System/390
  • IBM System/3 — For small businesses; 1969; model 6, 1970
  • IBM System/7; 1970
  • IBM System/32 — Low cost data processing system; 1975
  • IBM System/34 — Low cost data processing system; 1977
  • IBM System/36 — 1983
  • IBM System/38
  • System/4 Pi — Airborne military; 1966

A double width SLT card. ... Integrated circuit of Atmel Diopsis 740 System on Chip showing memory blocks, logic and input/output pads around the periphery Microchips with a transparent window, showing the integrated circuit inside. ... 1964 (MCMLXIV) was a leap year starting on Wednesday (the link is to a full 1964 calendar). ... IBM 1130 Console, restoration in progress. ... The IBM 1800 was a process control variant of the IBM 1130 with one extra instruction and extra I/O capabilities. ... System/360 Model 65 operators console, with register value lamps and toggle switches (middle of picture) and emergency pull switch (upper right). ... This was the cut-down (economy version) of the Model 30 computer, aimed at bolstering the low end of the range. ... This was the workhorse of IBMs low-end mainframes, running the DOS operating system ... IBM logo The IBM System/370 (often: S/370) was a model range of IBM mainframes announced on June 30, 1970 as the successors to the System/360 family. ... In the late 1970s, the IBM 3730, a word-processing variant of the IBM 3790 was announced. ... IBM computer system announced in the early 1970s. ... The IBM 4300 series of computers were mid-range systems, various models of which were sold from 1979 through 1992. ... The IBM 4300 series of computers were mid-range systems, various models of which were sold from 1979 through 1992. ... The IBM 4300 series of computers were mid-range systems, various models of which were sold from 1979 through 1992. ... The IBM 4300 series of computers were mid-range systems, various models of which were sold from 1979 through 1992. ... The IBM 4300 series of computers were mid-range systems, various models of which were sold from 1979 through 1992. ... Stratus Technologies is a Maynard, Massachusetts based producer of fault tolerant computers. ... The IBM 5100 Portable Computer The IBM 5100 Portable Computer was a desktop computer introduced in September 1975, six years before the IBM PC. A single integrated unit provided the keyboard, five-inch CRT display, tape drive, processor, several hundred Kbytes of read only memory containing system software, and up... The IBM 5110 Portable Computer was the successor of the IBM 5100 Portable Computer. ... Quarter Inch Cartridge (or QIC) tape was a computer storage magnetic tape format from the 1970s to the present. ... DDS tape drive. ... A floppy disk is a data storage device that is composed of a disk of thin, flexible (floppy) magnetic storage medium encased in a square or rectangular plastic shell. ... The IBM 5120 Computing System (sometimes referred to as the IBM 5110 Model 3) was the desktop version of the IBM 5110 Portable Computer which featured two built-in 8 inch 1. ... The System/32 (IBM 5320) is a single user minicomputer marketed by IBM in the mid- to late 1970s. ... The System/34 was a minicomputer marketed by IBM from 1978 to 1983. ... The System/36 was a minicomputer marketed by IBM from 1983 to 2000. ... Front of a 5363 prior to IPL. In information technology the IBM 5363 is the last model of the International Business Machines System/36 family of computer systems. ... The IBM System/38 was a computer. ... The IBM 8100 was at one time IBM’s principal distributed processing engine, providing local processing capability under two incompatible operating systems – DPPX and DPCX. In 1978 IBM announced the 8100 Information System and the Distributed Programming Processing Executive (DPPX). ... The IBM 9020 refers to IBM System/360-family computers adapted for use by the U.S. FAA for enroute Air Traffic Control in its 20 Air Route Traffic Control Centers beginning in the late 1960s. ... The IBM Series/1 computer was a miniature mainframe that used Event Driven Language (EDL) to control and operate external electro-mechanical components while also allowing for primitive data storage and handling. ... The title given to this article is incorrect due to technical limitations. ... A System 3 punch card. ... The System/32 is a single user minicomputer marketed by IBM in the mid- to late 1970s. ... The System/34 was a minicomputer marketed by IBM in the early 1980s. ... The IBM System/36 was a simple and popular small business computer system, first shipped in 1983. ... The IBM System/38 was a computer. ... The IBM System/4 Pi is a family of radiation hardened avionics computers used, in various versions, on the B-52 bomber, the F-15 fighter, NASAs Skylab space station, and the Space Shuttle, as well as other aircraft. ...

Computers based on microprocessor CPUs (1981 to present)

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Microprocessors: The System/23 Datamaster was announced by IBM in July 1981, only one month before the IBM PC. External link IBM System/23 Datamaster Categories: Stub | IBM hardware | Personal computers ... The Intel 8085 was an 8-bit microprocessor made by Intel in the mid-1970s. ... IBM PC (IBM 5150) with keyboard and green screen monochrome monitor (IBM 5151), running MS-DOS 5. ... The IBM 5100 Portable Computer The IBM 5100 Portable Computer was a desktop computer introduced in September 1975, six years before the IBM PC. A single integrated unit provided the keyboard, five-inch CRT display, tape drive, processor, several hundred Kbytes of read only memory containing system software, and up... IBM PC (IBM 5150) with keyboard and green screen monochrome monitor (IBM 5151), running MS-DOS 5. ... The IBM Personal Computer XT (IBM 5160), often shortened to the PC XT or simply XT, was IBMs successor to the original IBM PC. It was released on March 8, 1983, and was one of the first computers to come standard with a hard drive. ... The IBM 3270 PC (model 5271), released in October 1983, was an IBM PC XT containing additional hardware which could emulate the behaviour of a 3270 terminal. ... The 8087 was the first math coprocessor designed by Intel and it was built to be paired with the Intel 8088 and 8086 microprocessors. ... The Motorola 68000 is a 32-bit CISC microprocessor core designed and marketed by Freescale Semiconductor (formerly Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector). ... IBM logo The IBM System/370 (often: S/370) was a model range of IBM mainframes announced on June 30, 1970 as the successors to the System/360 family. ... The IBM Portable was an early portable computer developed by IBM after the success of Compaqs suitcase-size portable machine (the Compaq Portable). ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The IBM Personal Computer/AT (IBM 5170), more commonly known as the IBM AT and also sometimes called the PC AT or PC/AT, was IBMs second-generation PC, designed around the Intel 80286 microprocessor running at 6 MHz and released in 1984. ... IBM PC Convertible The IBM Convertible was the follow-on to the IBM Portable, and was IBMs first attempt at a laptop computer. ... The IBM 3270 PC (model 5271), released in October 1983, was an IBM PC XT containing additional hardware which could emulate the behaviour of a 3270 terminal. ... This article is about the Personal System/2 computer line made by IBM. There is another article on the PlayStation 2 made by Sony. ... The IBM PS/1 personal computer was IBMs return to the home market in 1990, five years after the IBM PCjr. ... The IBM PS/ValuePoint (or just ValuePoint) personal computer was IBMs answer to the IBM-PC clone market, where the IBM PS/2 could not compete due to price, and proprietary interfaces. ... The IBM RT was a computer based around the PC-AT bus and IBMs ROMP processor, a spin-off of the IBM 801. ... The Motorola 68000 is a 32-bit CISC microprocessor core designed and marketed by Freescale Semiconductor (formerly Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector). ... The IBM PC Series personal computer was the follow-on to the IBM PS/ValuePoint and IBM Personal System/2. ... The IBM NetVista name has been used for several different products. ... ThinkCentre is a line of desktop computers manufactured by IBM, the successor to the NetVista and Aptiva lines. ... Lenovo Group Limited, formerly known as Legend Group Ltd and New Technology Developer Incorporated (SEHK: 0992) is the third largest personal computer manufacturer, and the largest in the Asia-Pacific region as of 2006. ... IBM ThinkPad R51 ThinkPad is the brand name for a range of portable laptop and notebook computers originally designed and sold by IBM. Since early 2005 the ThinkPad range has been manufactured and marketed by Lenovo, which purchased the IBM PC division. ... Lenovo Group Limited, formerly known as Legend Group Ltd and New Technology Developer Incorporated (SEHK: 0992) is the third largest personal computer manufacturer, and the largest in the Asia-Pacific region as of 2006. ... The IBM IntelliStation workstation class personal computer was announced March 1997 as the follow-on to the IBM PC Series 360 and 365. ... i5 Model 570 (2006) The Application System/400 (also known as AS/400), now System i (also known as iSeries), is a type of computer produced by IBM. It was first produced in 1988. ... IBM logo The RS/6000 (for RISC System/6000), now System p5, is IBMs current RISC/UNIX-based server and workstation product line. ... The IBM System x computers form a sub-brand of International Business Machines (IBMs) System brand servers (the other System sub-brands having the names IBM System i, IBM System p, and IBM System z). ... IBM System z9 Enterprise Class System z9 is the newest and most powerful line of IBM mainframes. ... IBM ESA/390 (Enterprise Systems Architecture/390) has been introduced in the 1990s and is IBMs last 31-bit-address/32-bit-data mainframe computing design, copied by Amdahl, Hitachi, and Fujitsu among other competitors. ... An IBM z890 mainframe IBM eServer zSeries is a brand name of IBM which was designated to all IBM mainframes in 2000 with the e depicted in IBMs well-known red trademarked symbol. ... The IBM System Cluster 1350, was previously known as the IBM eServer 1350 or shortened to e1350. ... The IBM BladeCenter is IBMs blade server architecture. ... The IBM System x computers form a sub-brand of International Business Machines (IBMs) System brand servers (the other System sub-brands having the names IBM System i, IBM System p, and IBM System z). ... OpenPower is the name of a range of servers in the eServer line from IBM. They feature IBMs POWER5 CPUs and run Linux. ... The RAD6000 radiation-hardened single board computer, based on the IBM POWER CPU, is manufactured by BAE SYSTEMS and is mainly known as the onboard computer of numerous NASA spacecraft. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... A BlueGene/L cabinet Blue Gene is a computer architecture project designed to produce several next-generation supercomputers, designed to reach operating speeds in the petaflops range, and currently reaching sustained speeds over 360 teraflops. ... IBM ASCI White is a supercomputer at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California. ...

The 801 was a RISC microprocessor architecture designed by IBM in the 1970s, and used in various roles in IBM until the 1980s. ... The IBM RT was a computer based around the PC-AT bus and IBMs ROMP processor, a spin-off of the IBM 801. ... POWER is a RISC instruction set architecture designed by IBM. The name is a acronym for Performance Optimization With Enhanced RISC. POWER is also the name of a series of microprocessors that implements the instruction set architecture. ... Released in February 1990: 800,000 transistors per chip Unlike other RISC processors of the day, POWER1 was functionally partitioned. ... POWER is a RISC instruction set architecture designed by IBM. The name is a acronym for Performance Optimization With Enhanced RISC. POWER is also the name of a series of microprocessors that implements the instruction set architecture. ... Released in 1998: 15 million transistors per chip The first 64-bit symmetric multiprocessor (SMP), POWER3 is completely compatible with the original POWER instruction set -- and compatible with the PowerPC instruction set as well. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... POWER5 dual-MCM POWER5 quad-MCM POWER5 is a microprocessor developed by IBM. It is an improved variant of the highly successful POWER4. ... The POWER6 microprocessor is IBMs follow on to the POWER5. ... POWER7 is a microprocessor currently under development at IBM Research as of April 2005. ... PowerPC is a RISC microprocessor architecture created by the 1991 Apple–IBM–Motorola alliance, known as AIM. Originally intended for personal computers, PowerPC CPUs have since become popular embedded and high-performance processors as well. ... The PowerPC 601 prototype reached first silicon in October 1992 The PowerPC 600 family was the first family of PowerPC processors built. ... The PowerPC 601 prototype reached first silicon in October 1992 The PowerPC 600 family was the first family of PowerPC processors built. ... The PowerPC 601 prototype reached first silicon in October 1992 The PowerPC 600 family was the first family of PowerPC processors built. ... The PowerPC 601 prototype reached first silicon in October 1992 The PowerPC 600 family was the first family of PowerPC processors built. ... 300 MHz Motorola PowerPC 750 processor with off-die L2 cache on the CPU module of a PowerMac G3. ... The PowerPC 400 family is a line of 32-bit embedded RISC-processor cores built using Power Architecture technology. ... The IBM RS64 family of processors is used in the RS/6000 and AS/400 server product lines. ... PowerPC 970fx Processor In computing, the PowerPC 970, PowerPC 970FX, PowerPC 970GX, and PowerPC 970MP, also known as PowerPC G5, are 64-bit processors in the PowerPC family from IBM. The PowerPC 970 was introduced in 2002. ... Layout of the IBM Cell die Cell is a microprocessor architecture jointly developed by a Sony, Toshiba, and IBM, an alliance known as STI. The architectural design and first implementation were carried out at the STI Design Center over a four-year period beginning March 2001 on a budget reported... 300 MHz Motorola PowerPC 750 processor with off-die L2 cache on the CPU module of a PowerMac G3. ... 300 MHz Motorola PowerPC 750 processor with off-die L2 cache on the CPU module of a PowerMac G3. ... Waternoose processor (with remaining thermal paste) Xenon is a CPU that is used in the Xbox 360 game console. ... The Nintendo GameCube is an example of a popular video game console. ...

Computer and calculating device peripherals

Punched card and paper tape equipment

  • IBM 323 — IBM 305 Card Punch
  • IBM 521 — Punch card reader/punch
  • IBM 527 — Punch card punch
  • IBM 533 — IBM 650 Punch card reader/punch
  • IBM 537 — IBM 650 Punch card reader/punch [91]
  • IBM 543 — IBM 650 Punch card reader
  • IBM 544 — IBM 650 Punch card punch
  • IBM 711 — IBM 701 Punched card reader (150 cards/min); 1952[92]
  • IBM 712 — IBM 702 Card Reader
  • IBM 721 — IBM 701 Punched card recorder; 1952 (100 cards/min)[93]
  • IBM 722 — IBM 702 Card Punch
  • IBM 1011 — Paper Tape Reader [94]
  • IBM 1012 — Tape Punch [95]
  • IBM 1402 — IBM 1401 Punch card reader/punch
  • IBM 1412 — Punch card reader/punch
  • IBM 1442IBM 1440 Punch card reader/punch
  • IBM 1444 — Punch card reader/punch
  • IBM 1621 — IBM 1620 Paper tape reader
  • IBM 1622 — IBM 1620 Punch card reader/punch
  • IBM 1624 — IBM 1620 Paper tape punch
  • IBM 1902 — Paper Tape Punch [96]
  • IBM 1903 — Paper Tape Reader [97]
  • IBM 2540 — IBM System/360 Punch card reader/punch
  • IBM 3505 — Card reader
  • IBM 3525 — Card punch
  • IBM 6157 — Streaming tape drive
  • IBM 7500 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Card Reader
  • IBM 7501 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Console Card Reader
  • IBM 7503 — IBM 7030 Punch card reader
  • IBM 7550 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Card Punch
  • IBM 7553 — IBM 7030 Punch card punch

IBM 305 at U. S. Army Red River Arsenal The IBM RAMAC 305 was the first commercial computer that used magnetic disk storage. ... IBM 650 front panel, showing bi-quinary indicators IBM 650 front panel, rear view The IBM 650 was one of IBM’s early computers, and the world’s first mass-produced computer. ... The IBM 701, known as the Defense Calculator while in development, was announced to the public on April 29, 1952, and was IBM’s first commercial scientific computer. ... The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of incompatible large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of incompatible large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... IBM 1401 (Card system) The IBM 1401, the first member of the IBM 1400 series, was a variable wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on October 5, 1959. ... IBM 1442. ... The IBM 1440 was an IBM computer designed as a low-cost system for smaller businesses. ... The IBM 1620 was announced by IBM on October 21, 1959 and marketed as an inexpensive scientific computer. It was withdrawn on November 19, 1970. ... The IBM 1620 was announced by IBM on October 21, 1959 and marketed as an inexpensive scientific computer. It was withdrawn on November 19, 1970. ... The IBM 1620 was announced by IBM on October 21, 1959 and marketed as an inexpensive scientific computer. It was withdrawn on November 19, 1970. ... IBM 2540 Card reader/punch IBM 2450 was an IBM card reader/punch used on the IBM System/360. ... System 360 Model 65 operators console, with register value lamps and toggle switches (middle of picture) and emergency pull switch (upper right). ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... An IBM 704 mainframe (image courtesy of LLNL) The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... An IBM 704 mainframe (image courtesy of LLNL) The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... The IBM 7030, also known as Stretch, was IBMs first attempt at building a supercomputer. ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... An IBM 704 mainframe (image courtesy of LLNL) The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... The IBM 7030, also known as Stretch, was IBMs first attempt at building a supercomputer. ...

Printer/plotter equipment and terminals

  • IBM 370IBM 305 Printer (not to be confused with the much later System/370 computers)
  • IBM 381 — IBM 305 Remote Printing Station
  • IBM 716 — IBM 701 Printer (150 lines/min); 1952[98]
  • IBM 717 — IBM 702 Printer
  • IBM 740IBM 701/IBM 704/IBM 709 Cathode Ray Tube Output Recorder
  • IBM 780 — Cathode Ray Tube Display (used with IBM 740)
  • IBM 838 — Inquiry Station
  • IBM 858 — Cardatype accounting machines, a series of high-speed printers; 1955
  • IBM 1052 — Printer/keyboard, based on Selectric mechanism
  • IBM 1053 — Console Printer, based on Selectric mechanism
  • IBM 1132IBM 1130 Printer, based on IBM 407 type-wheel mechanism
  • IBM 1403IBM 1401 Printer, type chain; 1959
  • IBM 1404 — Printer [99]
  • IBM 1443 — IBM 1440/IBM 1620 II Printer, flying type bar
  • IBM 1445 — Printer [100]
  • IBM 1626 — IBM 1620 Plotter controller
  • IBM 1627IBM 1620 Plotter
  • IBM 2203 — Printer [101]
  • IBM 2250 — Vector Graphics Display Terminal
  • IBM 2260 — CRT Terminal
  • IBM 2740 — Typewriter communication terminal; 1965
  • IBM 2741 — Typewriter communication terminal; 1965
  • IBM 2840 — Display unit
  • IBM 3101 — Display terminal
  • IBM 3161 — ASCII display station
  • IBM 3162 — ASCII display station
  • IBM 3163 — ASCII display station
  • IBM 3164 — Color ASCII display station
  • IBM 3178 — Display station
  • IBM 3179G — 32 line graphic terminal
  • IBM 3180 — 132 character terminal
  • IBM 3191 — Display station
  • IBM 3192 — Terminal. 24 or 32 lines. Record and playback keystrokes function. All configuration done through keyboard.
  • IBM 3192G — Terminal. 24 or 32 lines. Graphics.
  • IBM 3193 — Display station
  • IBM 3194 — Advanced function colour display
  • IBM 3196 — Display station
  • IBM 3197 — Color display work station
  • IBM 3203-5 — Printer
  • IBM 3211 — Printer
  • IBM 3262 — Line printer
  • IBM 3268 — Dot matrix printer
  • IBM 3270 — CRT Terminal
  • IBM 3275 — Display station
  • IBM 3277 — Terminal
  • IBM 3278 — Display station
  • IBM 3279 — Color graphic terminal; 1979
  • IBM 3284 — Printer
  • IBM 3287 — Color printer; 1979
  • IBM 3288 — Line printer
  • IBM 3290 — Gas panel display terminal with four logical screens; 1983
  • IBM 3767 — Communication terminal
  • IBM 3780 — Data communications terminal; 1972
  • IBM 3800 — First laser printer introduced by IBM; 1976
  • IBM 3800-1 — Early laser printer
  • IBM 3800-3 — Continuous form printer; 1982
  • IBM 3812 — Table top page printer
  • IBM 3820 — Laser printer. 20 pps.
  • IBM 3825 — Laser printer. 58 pps.
  • IBM 3827 — Page printer; 1988
  • IBM 3835 — Page printer; 1988
  • IBM 3852-2 — Inkjet printer for IBM 3192 terminal
  • IBM 3900 - Various models 001; OW1 DR1/2 etc, succeeded by infoprint 4000
  • IBM 4000 - Various models succeeded by infoprint 4100
  • IBM 4019 — Laser printer for PC. 10 text pages per minute.
  • IBM 4039-16L — Lex Mark laser printer
  • IBM 4055 — InfoWindow touch screen display
  • IBM 4079 — Color inkjet printer
  • IBM 4201 — ProPrinterII Model 002
  • IBM 4202 — ProPrinter XL
  • IBM 4207 — ProPrinter X24
  • IBM 4208 — ProPrinter XL24
  • IBM 4210 — APA matrix table top WS printer for the S/38-36
  • IBM 4214 — Table top printer
  • IBM 4216 — Personal pageprinter model 020
  • IBM 4224 — Table top serial printer; 1986
  • IBM 4234 — Floor standing dot band printer; 1986
  • IBM 4245 — Line printer
  • IBM 4248 — Impact printer; 1984
  • IBM 4250/II — ElectroCompositor model 002
  • IBM 4704 — Little terminals. 40 or 80 character modes
  • IBM 4975 — Printer
  • IBM 5081 — Color and monochrome display; separate RGB connections, capable of 1280x1024 resolution, up to 21 inch diagonal.
  • IBM 5083 — Tablet
  • IBM 5087 — Screen printer
  • IBM 5210 — Printer
  • IBM 5219 — Letter quality printer
  • IBM 5223 — Wheelprinter E
  • IBM 5224 — Table top printer
  • IBM 5225 — Floor standing printer
  • IBM 5250 — CRT terminal
  • IBM 5256 — Table top printer
  • IBM 5262 — Floor standing line printer
  • IBM 6153 — Advanced monochrome graphics display
  • IBM 6154 — Advanced color graphics display
  • IBM 6155 — Extended monochrome graphics display
  • IBM 6180 — Color plotter
  • IBM 6186 — Color plotter
  • IBM 6262 — Line Printer
  • IBM 6400 — Line matrix printer
  • IBM 7372 — Color plotter, 6 pen, desktop
  • IBM 7374 — Color plotter
  • IBM 7375 — Color plotter
  • IBM 7350 — Image processor, a specialized terminal for scientific and research applications; 1983
  • IBM 7400 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Printer
  • IBM 7404 — Graphic Output
  • IBM 7456 — Plant floor terminal
  • IBM 7900 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Inquiry Station
  • IBM 8775 — Terminal
  • IBM XY749 — Plotter
  • IBM XY750 — Plotter

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Electrical/electronic/magnetic/optical storage units

Electromechanical memory units:

  • IBM 941 — IBM CPC Auxiliary Storage Unit; (16 – 10-digit words) [102]

Electrostatic memory units: The IBM Card-Programmed Electronic Calculator or CPC was announced by IBM in May 1949. ...

  • IBM 706 — IBM 701 Electrostatic Storage Unit (2048 – 36-bit words) [103]

Core memory units: The IBM 701, known as the Defense Calculator while in development, was announced to the public on April 29, 1952, and was IBM’s first commercial scientific computer. ...

  • IBM 653 — IBM 650 Auxiliary Unit (60 – 10-digit words)
  • IBM 737 — IBM 701/IBM 704/IBM 709 Magnetic Core Storage Unit (4096 – 36-bit words)
  • IBM 738 — IBM 704/IBM 709 Magnetic Core Storage Unit (32768 – 36-bit words)
  • IBM 1406 — IBM 1401 Memory Expansion Unit (4000/8000/12000 – 8-bit characters; CBA8421M)
  • IBM 1623 — IBM 1620 I Memory Expansion Unit (20000/40000 – 6-bit digits; CF8421)
  • IBM 1625 — IBM 1620 II Memory Unit (20000/40000/60000 – 6-bit digits; CF8421)
  • IBM 2361 — NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center IBM 7094 II Core Storage Unit (524288 – 36-bit words); 1964 [104]
  • IBM 7301 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Core Storage (5000/9990 – 10-digit words)
    • IBM 7602 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Core Storage Controller for IBM 7301
  • IBM 7302IBM 7030 Core Storage (16384 – 72-bit words: 64 data bits & 8 ECC bits)
  • IBM 7302IBM 7090/IBM 7094/IBM 7094 II Core Storage (32768 – 36-bit words)
  • IBM 7302IBM 7080 Core Storage (160000 – 7-bit characters; CBA8421)
    • IBM 7305 — IBM 7080 Core Storage Controller and I/O Controller for IBM 7302
  • IBM 7952 — IBM 7950 High performance core storage (1024 – 72-bit words: 64 data bits & 8 ECC bits)

Disk/drum drive units: IBM 650 front panel, showing bi-quinary indicators IBM 650 front panel, rear view The IBM 650 was one of IBM’s early computers, and the world’s first mass-produced computer. ... The IBM 701, known as the Defense Calculator while in development, was announced to the public on April 29, 1952, and was IBM’s first commercial scientific computer. ... The IBM 704, the first mass-produced computer with floating point arithmetic hardware, was introduced by IBM in April, 1956. ... The IBM 709 was an early computer system introduced by IBM in August, 1958. ... The IBM 738 was IBMs first core memory unit to use transistorized sense amplifier circuits. ... The IBM 704, the first mass-produced computer with floating point arithmetic hardware, was introduced by IBM in April, 1956. ... The IBM 709 was an early computer system introduced by IBM in August, 1958. ... IBM 1401 (Card system) The IBM 1401, the first member of the IBM 1400 series, was a variable wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on October 5, 1959. ... The IBM 1620 Model I was the original implementation of the IBM 1620 scientific computer, introduced in 1959. ... The IBM 1620 Model II (commonly called simply the Model II) was a vastly improved implementation, compared to the original Model I, of the IBM 1620 scientific computer architecture. ... The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is an agency of the United States government, responsible for the nations public space program. ... An aerial view of the complete Johnson Space Center facility in Houston, Texas in 1989. ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... An IBM 704 mainframe (image courtesy of LLNL) The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... An IBM 704 mainframe (image courtesy of LLNL) The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... The IBM 7302 Core Storage unit was designed in 1957-1958 for the IBM 7030 (Stretch). ... The IBM 7030, also known as Stretch, was IBMs first attempt at building a supercomputer. ... In information theory and coding, an error-correcting code or ECC is a code in which each data signal conforms to specific rules of construction so that departures from this construction in the received signal can generally be automatically detected and corrected. ... The IBM 7302 Core Storage unit was designed in 1957-1958 for the IBM 7030 (Stretch). ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... The IBM 7094 the fourth member of the most popular family of IBMs large second-generation transistorized mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The first 7094 installation was in September 1962. ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... The IBM 7094 the fourth member of the most popular family of IBMs large second-generation transistorized mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The first 7094 installation was in September 1962. ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... The IBM 7302 Core Storage unit was designed in 1957-1958 for the IBM 7030 (Stretch). ... The IBM 7080 was a transistorized variable word length BCD computer in the IBM 700/7000 series commercial architecture line, introduced in August 1961, that provided an upgrade path from the vacuum tube IBM 705 computer. ... The IBM 7080 was a transistorized variable word length BCD computer in the IBM 700/7000 series commercial architecture line, introduced in August 1961, that provided an upgrade path from the vacuum tube IBM 705 computer. ... This article or section should be merged with Harvest (computer). ...

  • IBM 350IBM 305 RAMAC (Disk drive)
  • IBM 353IBM 7030 Disk drive
  • IBM 355IBM 650 RAMAC (Disk drive)
  • IBM 731 — IBM 701 Magnetic Drum Reader/Recorder; 1952[105]
  • IBM 732 — IBM 702 Magnetic Drum Storage Unit
  • IBM 1301 — Disk drive; 1961
  • IBM 1302 — Disk drive
  • IBM 1311 — Disk drive using IBM 1316 — 2,000,000 character removable disk pack; 1962
  • IBM 1405IBM 1401 RAMAC (Disk drive)
  • IBM 1742 — IBM System Storage DS4500
  • IBM 1750 — IBM System Storage DS6000 Series
  • IBM 1814 — IBM System Storage DS4700
  • IBM 1815 — IBM System Storage DS4800
  • IBM 2105 — Enterprise Storage Server (ESS or Shark)
  • IBM 2107 — IBM System Storage DS8000 Series
  • IBM 2301 — Drum Storage Unit
  • IBM 2302 — Disk drive
  • IBM 2303 — Drum Storage Unit
  • IBM 2305-1 — Fixed head disk 2x Data Transfer rate
  • IBM 2305-2 — Fixed head disk
  • IBM 2310 — Disk drive, single removable platter, 1 Megabyte
  • IBM 2311 — Disk drive with removable disks (7.5 MB)
  • IBM 2314 — Disk Facility with 8 removable disks (229 MB)
  • IBM 2321 — Data Cell Drive with removable cells (400 MB)
  • IBM 3330 — Disk drive. Models -1 and -11, more?
  • IBM 3333 — Disk drive
  • IBM 3336 — Disk pack for 3330; 1973
  • IBM 3340 — 'Winchester' disk drive, after its project name. Model -4, more?; 1973
  • IBM 3344 — Four 3340's simulated with a 3350 HDA under the covers
  • IBM 3350 — Disk drive
  • IBM 3363 — Optical disk drive
  • IBM 3370 — FBA devices, they are used to store the microcode and configuration information for the 3090. Communicate through 3092; 1979.
  • IBM 3375 — Disk drive
  • IBM 3380 — Disk drive; 1981
  • IBM 3390 — Disk drive. Improved 3380. 22 GB; 1989
  • IBM 4963 — Disk subsystem
  • IBM 4967 — High performance disk subsystem
  • IBM 7133 — SSA Disk Enclosure(Serial Storage Architecture)
  • IBM 7300 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Disk Storage
  • IBM 7320 — Drum Storage
  • IBM 9332 — DASD; 1986
  • IBM 9333 — Serial Link Disk Subsystem
  • IBM 9335 — DASD which looks like a set of drawers. For AS/400 or System 36/38
  • IBM 9337 — Disk Array Subsystem; 1992

Tape drive units: Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... IBM 305 at U. S. Army Red River Arsenal The IBM RAMAC 305 was the first commercial computer that used magnetic disk storage. ... RAMAC is an IBM trademark for mass storage products. ... Magnetic disk storage is a critical component of the computer revolution. ... The IBM 7030, also known as Stretch, was IBMs first attempt at building a supercomputer. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... IBM 650 front panel, showing bi-quinary indicators IBM 650 front panel, rear view The IBM 650 was one of IBM’s early computers, and the world’s first mass-produced computer. ... RAMAC is an IBM trademark for mass storage products. ... The IBM 701, known as the Defense Calculator while in development, was announced to the public on April 29, 1952, and was IBM’s first commercial scientific computer. ... The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of incompatible large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... IBM 1401 (Card system) The IBM 1401, the first member of the IBM 1400 series, was a variable wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on October 5, 1959. ... RAMAC is an IBM trademark for mass storage products. ... The IBM Enterprise Storage Server (ESS) or the Shark is an enterprise storage array from IBM. Originally, in 1998 IBM released the IBM 2105 Versatile Storage Server (VSS). ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... The IBM 350 RAMAC was introduced in 1956 and was the worlds first disk drive. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... Magnetic disk storage was a critical component of the computer revolution. ... Serial Storage Architecture (SSA) is serial transport protocol used to attach disk drives to servers. ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... An IBM 704 mainframe (image courtesy of LLNL) The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ...

  • IBM 726IBM 701 Dual Magnetic Tape Reader/Recorder (7 Track – 6 data bits & 1 parity bit; 100 Characters/inch)[106]
  • IBM 727 — Magnetic Tape Reader/Recorder (7 Track – 6 data bits & 1 parity bit; 200 Characters/inch)
  • IBM 728 — Magnetic Tape Reader/Recorder (7 Track – 6 data bits & 1 synchronization bit; 248 Characters/inch)
  • IBM 729 — Magnetic tape drive (7 Track – 6 data bits & 1 parity bit; 200/556/800 Characters/inch)
  • IBM 2401 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit; 800/1600 Characters/inch)
  • IBM 2415 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit; 800/1600 Characters/inch)
  • IBM 2420 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit)
  • IBM 2440 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit)
  • IBM 3400-4 — Lower density tape
  • IBM 3400-6 — Normal tape
  • IBM 3410 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit); 1971
  • IBM 3411 — Magnetic tape unit and controller
  • IBM 3420 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit)
  • IBM 3422 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit); 1986
  • IBM 3424 — Tape unit. Brazil and SA only.
  • IBM 3430 — Top loading tape drive; 1983
  • IBM 3440 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit)
  • IBM 3480 — Cartridge tape drive; 1984
  • IBM 3490 — Cartridge tape drive; 1991
  • IBM 3494 — Enterprise Tape library
  • IBM 3495 — Robotic tape library
  • IBM 3580 — Magnetic tape subsystem; LTO
  • IBM 3590 — Enterprise Magnetic Tape System (Magstar)
  • IBM 3592 — Enterprise Magnetic Tape System (Jaguar - TS2210)
  • IBM 3803 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit)
  • IBM 3850 — Mass Storage System (tapes in cartridges); 1974
  • IBM 4480 — Cartridge drives which could be mounted by a robot
  • IBM 4580 — System/88 disk drive
  • IBM 4581 — System/88 disk drive
  • IBM 4585 — Autoload streaming magnetic tape unit
  • IBM 4968 — Autoload streaming magnetic tape unit
  • IBM 7330 — Magnetic tape drive (7 Track – 6 data bits & 1 parity bit; 200/556 Characters/inch)
  • IBM 7340 — Hypertape
  • IBM 7955 — IBM 7950 Tractor Magnetic tape system (22 Track – 16 data bits & 6 ECC bits; 2400 words/inch)[107]
  • IBM 8809 — Magnetic tape unit
  • IBM 9347 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit)
  • IBM 9349 — Magnetic tape drive (9 Track – 8 data bits & 1 parity bit)

Optical storage units: The IBM 726 dual magnetic tape reader/recorder for the IBM 701 was announced on May 21, 1952. ... The IBM 701, known as the Defense Calculator while in development, was announced to the public on April 29, 1952, and was IBM’s first commercial scientific computer. ... IBMs first magnetic tape data storage devices, introduced in 1952, use what is now generally known as 7 track tape. ... The IBM 727 Magnetic Tape Unit was announced for the IBM 701 and IBM 702 on September 25, 1953. ... The IBM 728 magnetic tape drive was used on the SAGE AN/FSQ-7 computer. ... IBM 729s in action The IBM 729 Magnetic Tape Unit was IBMs iconic tape mass storage system from the late 1950s through the mid 1960s. ... IBMs System/360, released in 1964, introduced what is now generally known as 9 track tape. ... The 3480 tape format is a computer storage magnetic tape format invented by IBM. Half inch tapes are spooled onto 4-by-5-by-1 inch data cartridges containing a single reel. ... The 3480 tape format is a computer storage magnetic tape format invented by IBM. Half inch tapes are spooled onto 4-by-5-by-1 inch data cartridges containing a single reel. ... Linear Tape-Open (or LTO) is a magnetic tape data storage technology developed as an open alternative to the proprietary Digital Linear Tape (DLT). ... The IBM 3850 Mass Storage System was an online tape library used to hold large amounts of infrequently accessed data. ... This article or section should be merged with Harvest (computer). ... In information theory and coding, an error-correcting code or ECC is a code in which each data signal conforms to specific rules of construction so that departures from this construction in the received signal can generally be automatically detected and corrected. ...

  • IBM 1360 — Photodigital Storage System (terabit)
  • IBM 3995 — Optical Library (terabyte)

IBM 1360 at the LLNL. On the right is the film development system, on the left two Cell File units with trays visible through the windows. ...

Coprocessor units

  • IBM 653 — IBM 650 Auxiliary Unit (Index Registers & Decimal Floating Point)
  • IBM 3092 — IBM 3090 Processor controller
  • IBM 3838 — Array processor; 1976
  • IBM 4758 — PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor
  • IBM 7951 — IBM 7950 Stream coprocessor

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Input/Output control units

  • IBM 354 — IBM 7030 Disk drive controller
  • IBM 652 — IBM 650 Disk and Magnetic Tape Control Unit
  • IBM 654 — IBM 650 Auxiliary Alphabetic Unit
  • IBM 752 — IBM 702 Tape Control Unit
  • IBM 753 — IBM 701 Magnetic Tape Control Unit
  • IBM 756 — IBM 702 Card Reader Control Unit
  • IBM 757 — IBM 702 Printer Control Unit
  • IBM 758 — IBM 702 Card Punch Control Unit
  • IBM 1133 — IBM 1130 Multiplexer and cycle stealer, to connect an IBM 1403 fast printer
  • IBM 1414 — I/O Synchronizer
  • IBM 1461 — Input/Output Control [108]
  • IBM 1462 — Printer Control [109]
  • IBM 1711IBM 1710 Data Converter (A/D)
  • IBM 1712IBM 1710 Multiplexer and Terminal Unit
  • IBM 2105 — DASD Control Unit Enterprise Storage Server aka SHARK (for 7133)
  • IBM 2106 — DASD Control Unit extender for SHARK 2105 CU
  • IBM 2701 — Communication Controller
  • IBM 2702 — Communication Controller
  • IBM 2703 — Communication Controller
  • IBM 2820 — Drum Storage Control Unit for 2301 Drum Storage Units
  • IBM 2821 — Control unit (for 2540 Reader/Punch and 1403 Printer)
  • IBM 2835 — Control unit model 1 (for 2305-1 Drum)
  • IBM 2835 — Control unit model 2 (for 2305-2 Drum)
  • IBM 2840 — Display Control Unit Model I for 2250 Model-II Analog Displays
  • IBM 2840 — Display Control Unit Model II for 2250 Model III Analog Displays
  • IBM 2841 — DASD Control unit (for 2311, 2301, 2302, 2303, and 2321)
  • IBM 2848 — Display Controller (for 2260)
  • IBM 3044 — Fiber optic channel extender link
  • IBM 3088 — Multisystem channel communications unit
  • IBM 3174 — Subsystem controller
  • IBM 3271 — Remote control unit
  • IBM 3272 — Local control unit
  • IBM 3274 — Control unit
  • IBM 3276 — Control unit display station
  • IBM 3299 — Slim line controller
  • IBM 3704 — Communication Controller
  • IBM 3705 — Communication Controller
  • IBM 3708 — Network control unit
  • IBM 3710 — Communication adaptor
  • IBM 3720 — Communication Controller
  • IBM 3721 — Expansion unit for IBM 3720
  • IBM 3724 — Controller
  • IBM 3725 — Communication Controller
  • IBM 3728 — Communication control matrix switch
  • IBM 3745 — High-speed communication controller; 1988. Model -410, more?
  • IBM 3746 — Multiprotocol Controller
  • IBM 3770 — Communication system
  • IBM 3830 — Storage control models 1 and 2
  • IBM 3851 — Mass storage controller
  • IBM 3880 — DASD controller with cache; 1981
  • IBM 3990 — DASD controller (Model 006 aka as RAMAC). Model 2s don't support caching
  • IBM 4959 — I/O expansion unit
  • IBM 4987 — Programmable communication subsystem
  • IBM 5088 — Graphics channel controller. Part of 5080 system.
  • IBM 5209 — 5250-3270 link protocol converter
  • IBM 7171 — 3270-type Protocol converter
  • IBM 7426 — Terminal interface unit
  • IBM 7600 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Input/Output Control
  • IBM 7603 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Input/Output Synchronizer
  • IBM 7604 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Tape Control
  • IBM 7605 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Disk Control
  • IBM 7607 — IBM 7090 Data Channel
  • IBM 7612 — IBM 7030 Disk Synchronizer
  • IBM 7619 — IBM 7030 I/O exchange (8, 16, 24, or 32 I/O channels)
  • IBM 7621 — Tape Control
  • IBM 7631 — IBM 7090 File Control
  • IBM 7640 — IBM 7090 Hypertape Control
  • IBM 7740 — Communication control unit; 1963
  • IBM 7750 — Transmission Control Unit[1]
  • IBM 7909 — Data Channel
  • IBM 7959 — IBM 7950 High speed I/O exchange
  • IBM 8102 — Storage and I/O unit
  • Lighted Program Function Keyboard

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Fibre Channel switches, directors and virtualization products

  • IBM 2103-H07 SAN Fibre Channel Hub
  • IBM 2109 S16 SAN Fibre Channel Switch (OEM Brocade)
  • IBM 2109 S08 SAN Fibre Channel Switch (OEM Brocade)
  • IBM 2145 — System Storage SAN Volume Controller (SVC)
  • IBM SAN File System

The IBM San Volume Controller (SVC) is a block storage virtualization appliance. ... The IBM SAN File System is a distributed, heterogeneous file system developed by IBM to be used in storage area networks. ...

Operator's consoles and control panels

IBM 305 at U. S. Army Red River Arsenal The IBM RAMAC 305 was the first commercial computer that used magnetic disk storage. ... RAMAC is an IBM trademark for mass storage products. ... IBM 1401 (Card system) The IBM 1401, the first member of the IBM 1400 series, was a variable wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on October 5, 1959. ... The IBM 1440 was an IBM computer designed as a low-cost system for smaller businesses. ... IBM 7070 was a Decimal Architecture intermediate data processing system that was introduced by IBM in 1960. ... An IBM 704 mainframe (image courtesy of LLNL) The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... The IBM 7094 the fourth member of the most popular family of IBMs large second-generation transistorized mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The first 7094 installation was in September 1962. ... The IBM 7030, also known as Stretch, was IBMs first attempt at building a supercomputer. ... The IBM 7080 was a transistorized variable word length BCD computer in the IBM 700/7000 series commercial architecture line, introduced in August 1961, that provided an upgrade path from the vacuum tube IBM 705 computer. ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... The IBM 7094 the fourth member of the most popular family of IBMs large second-generation transistorized mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The first 7094 installation was in September 1962. ...

Power supply/distribution units

  • IBM 340 — IBM 305 Power Supply
  • IBM 655 — IBM 650 Power Unit
  • IBM 736 — IBM 701 Power Frame #1
  • IBM 741 — IBM 701 Power Frame #2
  • IBM 746 — IBM 701 Power Distribution Unit
  • IBM 3089 — IBM 3081/IBM 3090 Power controller. 50 Hz → 400 kHz
  • IBM 7608 — IBM 7090 Power Converter
  • IBM 7618 — IBM 7090 Power Control
  • IBM 7800 — IBM 7080 Power Converter
  • IBM 7801 — IBM 7080 Power Control
  • IBM 7802 — IBM 7070/IBM 7074 Power Converter

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Other

  • IBM 357 — Data collection system; 1959
  • IBM 1210 — Magnetic character-reader/sorter; 1959
  • IBM 1230 — Test Scoring [112]
  • IBM 1231 — Optical Mark Page Reader [113]
  • IBM 1232 — Optical Mark Page Reader [114]
  • IBM 1285 — Optical Reader for printed numbers[115]
  • IBM 1287 — Optical Reader for handwritten numbers[116]
  • IBM 1418 — Optical Reader [117]
  • IBM 1419 — Magnetic Character Reader [118]
  • IBM 1428 — Optical Reader [119]
  • IBM 3097 — Cooling distribution
  • IBM 3117 — Image scanner
  • IBM 3118 — Image scanner
  • IBM 3540 — Diskette I/O unit
  • IBM 3814 — Switching box
  • IBM 3833 — Modem; 1985
  • IBM 3834 — Modem; 1985
  • IBM 3863 — Modem
  • IBM 3864 — Modem
  • IBM 3865 — Modem
  • IBM 3868 — Rack-mounted modem
  • IBM 3897 — Image capture system
  • IBM 3898 — Image processor
  • IBM 4577 — System/88 expansion cabinet
  • IBM 4964 — Diskette unit
  • IBM 4965 — Diskette drive and I/O expansion unit
  • IBM 4966 — Diskette magazine unit
  • IBM 4982 — Sensor I/O unit
  • IBM 4993 — Series/1-S/370 termination enclosure
  • IBM 4997 — Rack enclosure
  • IBM 5080 — Graphics attachment adaptor; for System/370
  • IBM 5085 — Graphics processor; for System/370
  • IBM 5294 — Remote control unit
  • IBM 5810 — Limited distance multi-modem enclosure (for 5811 and 5812)
  • IBM 5811 — Limited distance modem
  • IBM 5812 — Limited distance modem
  • IBM 5841 — 1200 bit/s modem
  • IBM 5842 — 2400 bit/s modem; 1986
  • IBM 5865 — Modem
  • IBM 5866 — Modem
  • IBM 5868 — Rack mounted modem
  • IBM 6090 — High-end graphics system for the IBM RS/6000
  • IBM 7170 — Device attachment control unit
  • IBM 7770 — Audio Response Unit [120]
  • IBM 9034 — Escon/Parallel Converter
  • IBM 9037 — Sysplex Timer

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IBM PC components and peripherals

  • IBM 2215 — 15" Multisync Color Monitor with Digital Controls 65 kHz for Asia Pacific
  • IBM 5144 — PC convertible monochrome display
  • IBM 5145 — PC convertible color display
  • IBM 5151 — Monochrome (green screen) CRT monitor, designed for MDA
  • IBM 5153 — Color CRT monitor, designed for CGA
  • IBM 5154 — Enhanced color display and enhanced graphics adaptor
  • IBM 5173 — PC network baseband extender
  • IBM 5175 — Professional graphics display
  • IBM 5201 — Quietwriter Printer Model 2
  • IBM 5202 — Quietwriter III printer
  • IBM 5550 — Kanji terminal for Japanese Personal Computer; 1983
  • IBM 6312 — PS/ValuePoint Color Display
  • IBM 6314 — PS/ValuePoint Color Display
  • IBM 6317 — Color display
  • IBM 6319 — PS/ValuePoint Color Display
  • IBM 6324 — Color display
  • IBM 6325 — Color display
  • IBM 6327 — Color display
  • IBM 8503 — Monochrome monitor for PC
  • IBM 8507 — PS/2 monochrome display
  • IBM 8512 — PS/2 color display
  • IBM 8513 — PS/2 color display
  • IBM 8514 — PS/2 large color display
  • IBM 8514/A — Display adaptor
  • IBM 9521 — Monitor
  • IBM 9524 — Monitor
  • IBM 9525 — Monitor
  • IBM 9527 — Monitor
  • IBM E74 — CRT monitor, ca 2001
  • IBM E74M — CRT monitor with built-in speakers and microphone (model no. 6517-U7N) ca 2001
  • IBM PC keyboard
  • Monochrome Display Adapter (MDA)
  • Color Graphics Adapter (CGA)
  • Enhanced Graphics Adapter (EGA)
  • Multicolor Graphics Adapter (MCGA)
  • Video Graphics Array (VGA)
  • 8514/A (Image Adapter/A)
  • Micro Channel architecture (MCA) — 32-bit expansion bus for PS/2
  • Mwave

The IBM PC with green screen Green screen was the common name for a monochrome CRT computer display using a green P1 phosphor screen. ... Japanese writing Kanji Kana Hiragana Katakana Hentaigana Manyōgana Uses Furigana Okurigana Rōmaji   ) are the Chinese characters that are used in the modern Japanese logographic writing system along with hiragana (平仮名), katakana (片仮名), and the Arabic numerals. ... IBM 8514 is an IBM graphics computer display standard supporting a display resolution of 1024×768 pixels with 256 colors at 43. ... Year 2001 (MMI) was a common year starting on Monday (link displays the 2001 Gregorian calendar). ... Year 2001 (MMI) was a common year starting on Monday (link displays the 2001 Gregorian calendar). ... The IBM PC keyboard and its derivative computer keyboards are standardized. ... Green screen driven by a Monochrome Display Adapter The Monochrome Display Adapter (MDA, also MDA card, Monochrome Display and Printer Adapter, MDPA) introduced in 1981 was IBMs standard video display card and computer display standard for the PC. The MDA did not have any graphics mode of any kind... The Color Graphics Adapter (CGA), introduced in 1981, was IBMs first color graphics card, and the first color computer display standard for the IBM PC. The standard IBM CGA graphics card was equipped with 16 kilobytes of video memory. ... The Enhanced Graphics Adapter (EGA) is the IBM PC computer display standard specification located between CGA and VGA in terms of graphics performance (that is, colour and space resolution). ... Multicolor Graphics Adapter (MCGA) was the IBM name for what would later become part of the generic Video Graphics Array (VGA) standard. ... VGA Port VGA plug Video Graphics Array (VGA) is an analog computer display standard first marketed in 1987 by IBM. It has been technologically outdated in the PC market for some time. ... The 8514 is an IBM graphics computer display standard supporting a display resolution of 1024×768 pixels with 256 colours at 43. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Mwave was a technology developed by IBM allowing for the combination of telephony and sound card features on a single adapter card. ...

Embedded systems

Airline reservation systems

Delta Air Lines, Inc. ... An IBM 704 mainframe (image courtesy of LLNL) The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. ... Pan American World Airways, commonly known as Pan Am, was the principal international airline of the United States from the 1930s until its collapse in 1991. ... The IBM 7080 was a transistorized variable word length BCD computer in the IBM 700/7000 series commercial architecture line, introduced in August 1961, that provided an upgrade path from the vacuum tube IBM 705 computer. ... Soccer team that plays in the PSL soccer leauge in San Jose ... System/360 Model 65 operators console, with register value lamps and toggle switches (middle of picture) and emergency pull switch (upper right). ... Sabre Logo Sabre is a computer reservations system/global distribution system (GDS) used by airlines, railways, hotels, travel agents and other travel companies. ... American Airlines (AA) is the largest airline in the world in terms of total passengers-miles transported[1] and fleet size [2], and the second-largest airline in the world (behind Air France-KLM) in terms of total operating revenues[3]. A wholly owned subsidiary of the AMR Corporation, the... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... System/360 Model 65 operators console, with register value lamps and toggle switches (middle of picture) and emergency pull switch (upper right). ...

Avionics and space systems

  • Gemini Guidance Computer — [121]
  • Saturn Guidance Computer — [122]
  • Saturn instrument unit — [123]
  • Skylab Onboard Computers — [124]
  • Space Shuttle General Purpose Computer — [125]

The IBM System/4 Pi is a family of radiation hardened avionics computers used, in various versions, on the B-52 bomber, the F-15 fighter, E-3 Sentry,NASAs Skylab space station, and the Space Shuttle, as well as other aircraft. ... The IBM System/4 Pi is a family of radiation hardened avionics computers used, in various versions, on the B-52 bomber, the F-15 fighter, E-3 Sentry,NASAs Skylab space station, and the Space Shuttle, as well as other aircraft. ...

Bank and finance

  • IBM 803 — Proof Machine; 1949 to 1981, a product for 32 years![126]
  • IBM 1420 — High-speed Bank Transit System; 1962
  • IBM 2730 — Transaction validation terminal; 1971
  • IBM 2984 — Cash dispensing terminal; 1972
  • IBM 3600 — Finance Communication System; 1973
  • IBM 3614 — Automatic teller machine (ATM); 1973
  • IBM 3624 — Through-the-wall ATM; 1979
  • IBM 3670 — Brokerage communications system; 1971
  • IBM 3895 — Deposit processing system; 1978
  • IBM 4722 — Passbook Printer
  • IBM 4730 — Counter-style Personal Banking Machine (PBM); 1983
  • IBM 4731 — In-lobby PBM; 1983
  • IBM 4732 — In-lobby PBM; 1987
  • IBM 4736 — Cash-only PBM
  • IBM 4781 — Table Top ATM; 1991 (re-badged Diebold 1060)
  • IBM 4782 — In-lobby ATM; 1991 (re-badged Diebold 1062)
  • IBM 4783 — Cash-only ATM; 1991 (re-badged Diebold 1064)
  • IBM 4785 — Exterior ATM; 1991 (re-badged Diebold 1072)
  • IBM 4786 — Exterior Cash-only ATM; 1991 (re-badged Diebold 1071)
  • IBM 4787 — Exterior Drive-up ATM; 1991 (re-badged Diebold 1073)
  • IBM 4788 — Exterior Self-standing Cash-only ATM; 1991 (re-badged Diebold 1074)
  • IBM 4789 — Cash-only ATM; 1991 (re-badged Diebold 1063)

The IBM 1400 series was a family of mid-range buisiness computers that IBM sold in the early 1960s as a replacement for unit record equipment. ... Outdoor ATMs may be free-standing, like this kiosk, or built into the side of banks or other buildings An automatic teller machine, automated teller machine (ATM) or cash machine is an electronic device that allows a banks customers to make cash withdrawals and check their account balances without... IBM 3624 units were manufactured in Charlotte, NC until all ATM operations were sold to Diebold. ... An NCR interior, multi-function ATM in the USA Smaller indoor ATMs dispense money inside convenience stores and other busy areas, such as this off-premise Wincor Nixdorf mono-function ATM in Sweden An on-premise NCR interior, multi-function through-the-wall ATM at a CIBC branch in Canada...

Document processing

  • IBM 1287 — Optical reader; 1966
  • IBM 1288 — Optical Page reader;
  • IBM 3740 — Data entry system; 1973
  • IBM 3881 — Optical mark reader; 1972
  • IBM 3886 — Optical character reader; 1972
  • IBM 3890 — Document Processor; 1973
  • IBM 3892 — Document Processor; 1987
  • IBM 6640 — Document printer; 1976
  • IBM 9370 — Document reproducer; 1966

IBM introduced the 3890 High Speed Document Processor in 1973. ...

Educational

  • IBM 1500 — Computer-assisted instruction system; 1966

The IBM 1500 instructional system was introduced by IBM on March 31, 1966. ...

Industry and manufacturing

  • IBM 3630 — Plant Communications System; 1978
  • IBM 5275 — Direct Numerical Control Station; 1973
  • IBM 5531 — Industrial computer for plant environments; 1984
  • IBM 7531 — Industrial computer; 1985
  • IBM 7532 — Industrial computer; 1985
  • IBM 7535 — Industrial robotic system; 1982
  • IBM 7552 — Industrial computer; 1986
  • IBM 7565 — Industrial robotic system; 1982
  • IBM 9003 — Industrial computer; 1985

Medical/science/lab equipment

  • IBM 2991 — Blood cell separator; 1972; model 2 1976
  • IBM 2997 — Blood cell separator; 1977
  • IBM 5880 — Electrocardiograph system; 1978
  • IBM 9630 — Gas chromograph; 1985

The IBM 2991 was a blood cell washer sold by IBM Systems Supplies Division (SSD). ... The earliest roots of IBMs development of the IBM 2997 Blood Cell Separator lay in the personal tragedy of one of IBMs development engineers, George Judson. ... IBM logo In the early 1970s an IBM scientist, Ray Bonner,worked somewhat outside the normal scope of his DP research to develop one of the first artificial intelligence programs, designed to analyse ECGs (electrocardiographs)to the same standards as a consultant cardiologist. ...

Retail/point-of-sale (POS)

  • IBM 3650 — Retail Store System; 1973
  • IBM 3660 — Supermarket System; 1973
  • IBM 3663 — Supermarket Terminal; 1973[127]
  • IBM 4610 — SureMark Retail Printer
  • IBM 4683 — PC Based Retail System; 1987
  • IBM 4693 — PC Based Retail System
  • IBM 4694 — PC Based Retail System
  • IBM SurePOS Series — PC Based Retail System
  • IBM SureOne — PC Based Retail System

The IBM 4683 was IBMs first PC based POS system. ...

Telecommunications terminals

The IBM Simon Personal Communicator was the first attempt to market a commercially viable smartphone and was a joint venture between IBM and BellSouth. ...

Unclassified

  • IBM 1030 — Data collection system; 1963
  • IBM 1050 — Data collection system; 1963
  • IBM 2350 — Graphics display system; 1977
  • IBM 2770 — Data Communication System; 1969
  • IBM 2790 — Data Communication System; 1969
  • IBM 2922 — Programmable terminal; 1972
  • IBM 6361 — Fastdraft system; 1982

Computer software

Operating systems

AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive) is a proprietary operating system developed by IBM based on UNIX System V. Before the product was ever marketed, the acronym AIX originally stood for Advanced IBM UNIX. AIX has pioneered numerous network operating system enhancements, introducing new innovations later adopted by Unix-like operating systems... DOS/360 was the operating system announced by IBM at the low end for the System/360 in 1964 and delivered in 1965 or 1966. ... Disk Operating System (specifically) and disk operating system (generically), most often abbreviated as DOS (not to be confused with the DOS family of disk operating systems for the IBM PC compatible platform), refer to operating system software used in most computers that provides the abstraction and management of secondary storage... Distributed Processing Control eXecutive DPCX was an operating system for the IBM 8100, provided to customers migrating from the IBM 3790, whose software was the base from which DPCX was derived. ... Distributed Processing Programming Executive was an operating system introduced by IBM, pre-installed on selected computer models in the 80s. ... IBSYS was the tape based operating system that IBM supplied with its IBM 7090 and IBM 7094 computers. ... IBM 7090 console The IBM 7090 was a second-generation transistorized version of the earlier IBM 709 vacuum tube mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The 7090 was the third member of the IBM 700/7000 series scientific computers. ... The IBM 7094 the fourth member of the most popular family of IBMs large second-generation transistorized mainframe computers and was designed for large-scale scientific and technological applications. The first 7094 installation was in September 1962. ... MVS (Multiple Virtual Storage) was the most commonly used operating system on the System/370 and System/390 IBM mainframe computers. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... OS/360 was a batch processing operating system developed by IBM for their then-new System/360 mainframe computer, announced in 1964. ... OS/390 is an IBM operating system for the System/370 and System/390 IBM mainframe computers. ... z/OS Welcome Screen seen through a terminal emulator The title of this article begins with a capital letter due to technical limitations. ... OS/400 is an operating system used on IBMs line of AS/400 (now called iSeries) minicomputers. ... IBM PC-DOS was one of the three major operating systems that dominated the personal computer market from about 1985 to 1995. ... For other meanings of TPF, see TPF (disambiguation). ... VM/CMS (Virtual Machine/Conversational Monitor System, originally called CP/CMS when it first appeared) is a bundled pair of operating systems used on IBM System/360, System/370, System/390, zSeries, and System z9 mainframes (and compatible systems). ... VSE (Virtual Storage Extended) is an operating system for IBM mainframe computers. ... System Support Program (SSP) was an operating system for the IBM System/34 and System/36 minicomputers. ...

Utilities and languages

  • A20 handler for the PC (Address line 20 handler)
  • EGL (Enterprise Generation Language)
  • FAP assembler for the IBM 709, 7090, and 7094 (FORTRAN Assembly Program)
  • FORTRAN (originally developed by IBM for the 704) (FORmula TRANslator)
  • JCL batch job/scripting language
  • JES 2, JES 3 (To be determined)
  • PL/I (Programming Language/One)
  • PL/S (Programming Language/Systems)
  • REXX scripting language (REstructured eXtended eXecutor)
  • RPG programming language (Report Program Generator)
  • VisualAge compilers (C/C++, Fortran, Java, ...)

The A20 handler is IBM PC memory manager software controlling access to the High Memory Area. ... EGL is also an abbreviation for Elegant Gothic Lolita. ... FORTRAN Assembly Program (FAP) was a macro assembler for the IBM 709, 7090, and 7094 computers of the 1950s and 60s. ... Fortran (previously FORTRAN[1]) is a general-purpose[2], procedural,[3] imperative programming language that is especially suited to numeric computation and scientific computing. ... Job Control Language (JCL) is a scripting language used on IBM mainframe operating systems to instruct the Job Entry Subsystem (that is, JES2 or JES3) on how to run a batch program or start a subsystem. ... PL/I (Programming Language One, pronounced pee el one) is an imperative computer programming language designed for scientific, engineering, and business applications. ... PL/S, short for Programming Language/Systems, is a machine-oriented programming language based on PL/I. It was developed by IBM in the late 1960s as a replacement for assembly language on internal software projects; it included support for inline assembly and explicit control over register usage. ... REXX (REstructured eXtended eXecutor) is an interpreted programming language which was developed at IBM. It is a structured high-level programming language which was designed to be both easy to learn and easy to read. ... RPG is a native programming language for IBMs iSeries servers - the latest generation of midrange servers which included System/38, System/36, AS/400, iSeries and System i5 systems. ... VisualAge was the name of a family of computer integrated development environments from IBM, which included support for a few popular (and not so popular) computer Programming_languages. ...

Middleware and applications

9PAC is a common abbreviation for 709 PACkage. ... Concurrent Copy is an IBM software product developed in 1992 to reduce backup window. ... Information Management System (IMS) is a joint hierarchical database and information management system. ... A hierarchical database is a kind of database management system that links records together in a tree data structure such that each record type has only one owner, e. ... A database management system (DBMS) is computer software designed for the purpose of managing databases. ... DB2 is one of IBMs lines of relational database management system (or, as IBM now calls it, data server) software products within IBMs broader Information Management Software line. ... A relational database is a database that conforms to the relational model, and refers to a databases data and schema (the databases structure of how that data is arranged). ... IDS stands for Informix Dynamic Server, now part of the IBM Software Group database portfolio. ... This is a disambiguation page. ... Red Brick is a name given originally to the six civic British universities that were founded in the industrial cities of England in the Victorian era and achieved university status before World War II. The civic university movement started in 1851 with Owens College, Manchester (now the University of Manchester... UniData is a Nested relational database management system (RDBMS) and operating environment that runs on the major Unix servers and Windows NT/2000. ... The Universe is defined as the summation of all particles and energy that exist and the space-time in which all events occur. ... UniData is a Nested relational database management system (RDBMS) and operating environment that runs on the major Unix servers and Windows NT/2000. ... A dimensional database is one which, rather than representing data in multiple relations (as a relational database does), represents key data entities as different dimensions. ... CICS (Customer Information Control System) is a transaction server that runs primarily on IBM mainframe systems under z/OS or z/VSE. CICS on distributed platforms is called TXSeries and it is available on AIX, Windows, Solaris and HP-UX. CICS is also available on other operating systems, notably i5... Business System 12, or simply BS12, was one of was the first fully relational database management systems, designed and implemented by IBMs UK Bureau Service subsidiary. ... Lotus Notes is a client-server collaborative software and e-mail system owned by Lotus Software, of the IBM Software Group. ... Lotus Software (called Lotus Development Corporation before its acquisition by IBM) is an American software company with its headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts. ... IBM Workplace, sometimes called Lotus Workplace, is a proprietary software product from IBM that aims to help workers, especially in business and government offices, communicate and collaborate. ... IBM WebSphere MQ is a network communication technology launched by IBM in March 1992. ... Rational Software was an independent software development company until 2003, when it was bought by IBM. It sought to advance its customers practice of Modern Software Engineering through process, tools, and services. ... A systems management platform from IBM (previously Tivoli Systems, acquired by IBM in 1995 and moved into IBMs Software Group division). ... Tivoli Software [1] is the systems management brand of the IBM Software Group. ... Tivoli Workload Scheduler is an IBM product that executes and tracks mainframe jobs. ... Tivoli Software [1] is the systems management brand of the IBM Software Group. ... “ADSM” redirects here. ... The IBM San Volume Controller (SVC) is a block storage virtualization appliance. ... WebSphere refers to a brand of proprietary IBM software products, although the term also popularly refers to one specific product: WebSphere Application Server (WAS). ... IBM HTTP Server (IHS) is a web server based on the Apache Software Foundations Apache HTTP Server that runs on AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, Windows NT, and z/OS. You can download and use IBM HTTP Server free of charge but without IBM support. ... OfficeVision is an IBM proprietary office support application that runs on IBMs VM operating system and its user interface CMS. (Other platform versions may have been available but were not popular. ... OfficeVision is an IBM proprietary office support application that runs on IBMs VM operating system and its user interface CMS. OfficeVision provides email, shared calendars, and shared document storage and management, and it provides an ability to link to other applications such as word/text editors. ... Announced at the Lotusphere 2007, IBM Lotus Connections is the industry’s first platform for business-grade social computing. ... IBM Lotus QuickPlace is a commercial Web-based collaborative software application distributed by the Lotus Software division of IBM. Lotus QuickPlace is a self-service Web tool that provides non-technical professionals the ability to easily create a browser-accessible workspace to support a task, project, or initiative. ... IBM Lotus Sametime is the commercial Instant Messaging service by the Lotus Software brand of IBM. It provides instant messaging(IM) and presence awareness capabilities as well as support for web conferencing. ... IBM Works was an office suite for the IBM OS/2 operating system. ... SmartSuite is an Office applications suite from IBMs Lotus Software group. ... SuperOffice (OSE: SUO) is a European supplier of CRM solutions to the professional business-to-business market. ... DataStage (IBM WebSphere DataStage) is an ETL tool of Ascential. ... Filenet - An IBM Company Logo FileNet Corporation, founded in 1982 by Ted Smith, develops software to help enterprises manage their content and business processes. ... Filenet - An IBM Company Logo FileNet Corporation, founded in 1982 by Ted Smith, develops software to help enterprises manage their content and business processes. ...

References

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