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Computer Weekly 644

Thursday, March 15, 1979
Price 18p

Publication Date : 15th March 1979

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Portable 'ring main' system developed at Cambridge [Article]
Peter Hewitt
A team at Cambridge University have developed a portable minicomputer operating system, which "could herald a new era of machine independent distributed processing."
4 "You don't know me, but..." [Article]
Derek Barber
Article suggests some approaches to creating network protocols.
8 How a UK ops man in Tehran weathered the Iranian revolt [Interview]
Bernard Allen
Interview with Grenville Mills, a British computer operator formerly stationed in Tehran.
14 8086 'based on simple CPU' with control chips [News Item]
Not credited
Details of chips related to Intel's 8086 microcomputer are being released.
72 Printer manufacturers interested in lasers [Article]
Not credited
Some companies are investigating the potential of gallium arsenide lasers for storage and printing.


Creator : IPC

Format : Tabloid

Physical Description : Newspaper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53886. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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