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Marconi

Timeline for Marconi :

Date Event
1951 LEO I computer became operational
1967 Elliott Automation merged with English Electric
25 Mar 1971 Marconi-Elliott Launchthe MECS 2000 range
20 Apr 1972 MARS
23 Nov 1972 Marconi Radar Systems Ltd
1 Mar 1973 Marconi system for the army
18 Oct 1973 Inspec tests Marconi ultrafiche
29 Nov 1973 BAC buys Marconi Elliott's new ATE units
Dec 1981 News Article : Uncommitted logic at an engaging price
Oct 1983 Marconi buys Quest CAE Assets


Hardware Products

Marconi Marcus Trackball RB2-115

Marconi Marcus Trackball RB2-115
Unknown
This trackball was produced by Marconi for several different systems.

Manufacturer : Marconi
Type : Peripheral

Marconi Myriad Corestore Driver Circuit Board

Marconi Myriad Corestore Driver Circuit Board
1963
The Marconi Myriad was an early computer designed by the Marconi Company in the 1963.

Manufacturer : Marconi
Type : Peripheral

Marconi Quest-CAE

Marconi Quest-CAE
1974
The Marconi Myriad was an early computer designed by the Marconi Company in the 1963.

Manufacturer : Marconi
Type : Computer

Marconi Locus 16

Marconi Locus 16
1974
In the early 70s Marconi Radar Ltd built it's own mini computer the Locus 16 for use in radar systems.

Manufacturer : Marconi
Type : Computer

Marconi RB2 Tracker Ball

Marconi RB2 Tracker Ball
September 1985
The tracker ball was developed for military and industrial use and can give two dimensional manipulation which provides both fast movement and good fine control.

Manufacturer : Marconi
Type : Peripheral


Promotional Items

Marconi Elliott Videodata 4000

Marconi Elliott Videodata 4000
Unknown
This Marconi Elliott Videodata 4000 folder contains introduction to the system, communication procedures, software aspects, interfaces and modems and ancillary units.

Manufacturer : Marconi Elliott
Type : Promotional Item

Marconi Elliott Myriad II Computer System

Marconi Elliott Myriad II Computer System
1970
This Marconi Elliott Myriad II Computer System folder, dated 1970, contains an introduction to the system, diagrams, specifications, operator facilities, software specifications and peripherals.

Manufacturer : Marconi Elliott
Type : Promotional Item

Marconi Elliott M2140 Computer System

Marconi Elliott M2140 Computer System
1970
This Marconi Elliott M2140 Computer System folder contains introduction to the system, diagrams, specifications, operator facilities, software specifications and peripherals.

Manufacturer : Marconi Elliott
Type : Promotional Item

Marconi Elliott 905 Computer System - Documents

Marconi Elliott 905 Computer System - Documents
1970
This Marconi Elliott 905 Computer System folder contains introduction to the system, diagrams, specifications, operator facilities, software specifications and peripherals.

Manufacturer : Marconi Elliott
Type : Promotional Item

Marconi Elliott 928 Graphical Display System

Marconi Elliott 928 Graphical Display System
1970
This Marconi Elliott 928 Graphical Display System folder contains introduction to the system with photographs description of the graphical display, specifications and software.

Manufacturer : Marconi Elliott
Type : Promotional Item


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