English Electric DEUCE
The DEUCE (Digital Electronic Universal Computing Engine) was one of the earliest British commercially available computers, built by English Electric from 1955. It was the production version of the Pilot ACE, itself a cut down version of Alan Turing's ACE.
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... were delivered in the northern spring of 1955 in late 1958 a DEUCE Mark II improved model appeared ... separate Hollerith units on the earlier DEUCE Mark I machines however, it was provided with hardware conversion of alphanumeric data to BCD on input, and vice ... The DEUCE Mark IIA provided seven extra mercury delay lines, each of 32 words ...
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