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Computer Weekly 627

Thursday, November 16, 1978
Price 18p

Publication Date : 16th November 1978

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Deadlines put on IBM orders [Article]
Not credited
High demand has led to IBM imposing order deadlines on the 8100 distributed processing system and System 38 "small" database business machine.
9 The laser disc that can hold 10,000 million bits [Article]
Not credited
Philips is developing a laser optical recording system as a new form of storage.
13 Intel's single board family uses 8086 [News Item]
Not credited
Intel announces a new version of its 16-bit 8086 microprocessor.
17 Valuable survey of computer companies operating in UK [News Item]
Not credited
Announces the publication of a survey of UK computer firms.
64 Prestel to face stiff competition in the US [Article]
Donald Kennett
Expresses concerns about possible competition for Prestel from US firms.


Creator : IPC

Format : Tabloid

Physical Description : Newspaper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH54097. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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