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Timesharing History: An Update

Article by J Deane (2004) in Resurrection, Bulletin of Computer Conservation Society, Issue 32.

The article updates an article in Issue 31 which had omitted LEO’s role in the development of timesharing and its implementation in early 1962 ahead of its rival, the Ferranti Orion, though Ferranti had first launched its timesharing plans.

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Date : 2004

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH58291. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Timesharing History: An Update

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