Changeset 488 in t29-www


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Jan 6, 2014, 5:04:53 PM (6 years ago)
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heribert
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  • de/news.php

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    4242        <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/ibm-1130.jpg" alt="IBM 1130" width="225" height="194" />
    4343               
    44                 Eine neue Herausforderung: <a href="/de/rechnertechnik/ibm1130.php#1130"><br>
     44                IBM 1130, eine neue Herausforderung: <a href="/de/rechnertechnik/ibm1130.php#1130"><br>
    4545                <b>lesen Sie hier weiter</b></a>
    4646                </div>
  • de/rechnertechnik/ibm1130.php

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    2323                Es gibt viel darüber zu berichten aber zunächst erfolgen die optische und dann die elektrische Sanierung. Lesen Sie demnächst mehr an dieser Stelle. </p>
    2424               
    25                 <br>
    2625                <p><small>Diese Anlage wurde uns freundlicherweise vom <a href="http://www.fitg.de">FITG (Frankfurt)</a> übereignet.</small></p>
  • en/computer/early-computers.php

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    9999        href="/en/devices/dec-history.php">Rise and Fall of DIGITAL (Equipment Corporation)</a>.</p>
    100100
    101     <!--alter Text: The legendary Classic PDP 8 from the company DEC (year of manufacture 1965) can be admired among others. Furthermore you can see the PDP 8L or <a class="go" href="/en/devices/pdp_8I.php">PDP 8I</a> (year of manufacture 1967, a lot of periphery) and the laboratory computer <a class="go" href="/en/devices/lab_8e.php">LAB8e</a> (1971).
    102     Because of constantly growing claims for storage capacity, backing storage (19-zoll drawers for 4kB with a weight of 20kg) was offered. The PDP 8I could not administrate more than 32kB.
    103     <br />THe PDP 8L, a trimmed-down version of the PDP 8I, cannot hold more than 8 kB.</p> -->
    104 
    105     <h3>Classic PDP-8</h3>
     101    <h3 id="pdp8">Classic PDP-8</h3>
    106102        <div class="box left clear-after">
    107103                <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/dec/pdp-8.jpg" width="400" height="560" alt="PDP 8 Classic" />
     
    155151   
    156152 
    157   <h3>PDP-8I</h3>
     153  <h3 id="pdp8i">PDP-8I</h3>
    158154    <div class="box left">
    159155        <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/dec/pdp8i.jpg" alt="DEC PDP-8I" width="400" height="666" />
     
    352348</div>
    353349
    354          <h3 id="8e">Lab-8e, PDP-8e</h3>
     350         <h3 id="lab8e">Lab-8e, PDP-8e</h3>
    355351        <div class="box left">
    356352                <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/dec/lab8e.jpg" width="400" height="461" alt="DEC LAB-8e" />
     
    440436 
    441437 
    442     <h3>WANG 2200 with bulky peripheral hardware</h3>
     438    <h3 id="wang2200">WANG 2200 with bulky peripheral hardware</h3>
    443439    <p>Next, the first system that looks like today's computer is presented: <a class="go" href="/en/devices/wang2200.php">WANG 2200</a>, year of manufacture 1973. This computer, with so many peripheral devices, is probably unique in Germany. The peripherals: paper tape reader, punch card reader,  triple 8-inch disc drive, hard disc system with 38cm diameter disks (the device weights 100kg and cost 24000 DM, but only holdy 5MB), special BASIC-language keyboard, etc.</p>
    444440    <p>WANG quickly recognized that the future of computers needed screens. However the concurrent HP
     
    451447    <p>The first personal computer was also build by WANG: the PCS II (1975). The first PC that was affordable for everybody was the PET 2001 from Commodore. It came on the market in 1977 and was as cheap as today's PCs, but had 8kB and had decent applications. Many more home computers followed, the market got out of hand and therewith this collection of computers ends.</p>
    452448     
    453      <p>See further details at <a class="go" href="/en/details2.php" title="Details 2">the tabular overview of
     449    <p> See further details at <br>
     450         <a class="go" href="/en/details2.php" title="Details 2"> the tabular overview of
    454451     mid range data processing equipment and proffessional early computers</a>.</p>
    455452
  • en/computer/programmable.php

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    3030        <h3>Olivetti Programma 101</h3>
    3131
    32     <p>In the same year the Olivetti Programma 101 came onto the market. For the first time in
     32    <div class="box left clear-after">
     33       <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/olivetti_programma101.jpg" alt="Programma 101" width="379" height="301" />
     34       <p class="bildtext">The legendary <b>PROGRAMMA 101</b> by Olivetti. In the middle you see the magnetic program card. <a class="go" href="storage-media.php#run-time-memory">Delay line memory</a> was used as storage media.</p>
     35           
     36            <p>In the same year the Olivetti Programma 101 came onto the market. For the first time in
    3337    EDP history, engineering offices were able to buy a "small" calculator on which you could
    3438    quickly save own programs on magnetic cards. This machine with many mechanical parts, became
    3539        a big seller.  However, the device was very expensive, but the price of 14800 DM + fees
    3640        (ca. 8000 Euro) paid for itself in saved manual calculating time.</p>
    37 
    38     <div class="box left clear-after">
    39        <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/olivetti_programma101.jpg" alt="Programma 101" width="379" height="301" />
    40        <p class="bildtext">The legendary <b>PROGRAMMA 101</b> by Olivetti. In the middle you see the magnetic program card. <a class="go" href="storage-media.php#run-time-memory">Delay line memory</a> was used as storage media.</p>
     41           
    4142    </div>
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