Servo Promotional Clock

Promotional wall clock made from a 14" disk platter

The company who gave it out - Servo Computer Systems Ltd - existed in Sheffield up until 2006 when they were taken over by Phoenix (an IT services company). 

Phoenix is the trading name of Phoenix IT Group plc, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a profitable and financially stable business. In 2012/13 it had revenues of £250m, over 3,600 customers and 2,300 staff.

IIRC, the packs used on the ITL were 80M, comprising 11 platters. I don't believe the top and bottom platter surfaces were used, which would make each platter 4M each side! Obviously we don't know whether the clock platter is a similar type as capacity varied.

This clock was very kindly donated by Ian Midgely


Date : Unknown

Creator : Servo

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32593. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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