Interdata, Inc. was a computer company, founded in 1966 and based in Oceanport, New Jersey, that produced a line of 16- and 32-bit minicomputers. They were loosely based on the IBM 360 architecture. In 1973 it was purchased by Perkin-Elmer. In 1974, it produced one of the first 32-bit minicomputers, the Interdata 7/32. In 1985, the computing division of Perkin-Elmer was spun off as Concurrent Computer Corporation
Interdata Model 70 Users Manual
Interdata Reference Manual 29-004R01
Interdata Reference Manual 29-004R02

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