Sperry Rand

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Sperry Corporation - Sperry Rand
... In 1955 Sperry acquired Remington Rand and renamed itself Sperry Rand ... Research Associates along with Remington Rand, the company developed the successful UNIVAC computer series and signed a valuable cross-licensing deal with IBM ... Sperry Rand) ...
UNIVAC - Univac History and Structure
... Straus in a plane crash on October 25, 1949, EMCC was sold to typewriter maker Remington Rand on February 15, 1950 ... Remington Rand had its own calculating machine lab in Norwalk, Connecticut, and later bought Engineering Research Associates (ERA) in St ... In 1953 or 1954 Remington Rand merged their Norwalk tabulating machine division, the ERA "scientific" computer division, and the UNIVAC "business" computer division into a single ...
List Of Computer System Manufacturers - Defunct
... Atari Corporation AT T Corporation Burroughs - Merged with Sperry to form Unisys in 1986 ... Eckert–Mauchly Computer - Acquired by Remington Rand in 1950. 1990 Manufactured systems for Leading Edge and Sperry-Unisys MPC (formerly MicronPC) - Filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy on November 7, 2008 ...
Honeywell V. Sperry Rand - The Decision
... Sperry Rand had tried to monopolize the electronic data processing industry in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act, on the basis of a cross-licensing ... In May 1963, attorneys for Sperry Rand tried to amend the ENIAC patent after discovering that the definition of the word "pulse", which carried over to 14 of the patent's ... Sperry Rand decision coincided with the event of the Saturday Night Massacre, one of many events in the ongoing Watergate scandal of Richard Nixon's ...
UNIVAC I - History - Installations
... sale of Eckert–Mauchly Computer Corporation to Remington Rand, due to the cost overruns on the project, Remington Rand convinced Nielsen and Prudential to cancel their ... Taylor Model Basin, Bethesda, MD 1954 Remington Rand Sales office, New York, NY 1954 General Electric Appliance Division, Louisville, KY ... The UNIVAC I was too expensive for most universities, and Sperry Rand, unlike companies such as IBM, was not strong enough financially to afford to give many away ...

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