Interdata Model 70 Users Manual

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The Interdata 70 microcomputer was made by Interdata Inc of Oceanport, New Jersey, United States of America. The company was founded in 1966 by a former IBM engineer to produce computers equivalent to those made by IBM but at a cheaper price. In 1973 the company was taken over by Perki-Elmer Corporation and eventually the Interdata name was lost as the company formed the nucleus of Perkin-Elmer's Data System's Group. In 1985 that group became the independent Concurrent Computer Corporation.

Reference Number : Publication number 29-261 1971

Date Published : 1971

Manufacturer : Interdata

Platform : Interdata 70

Format : Paperback Book






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Interdata Model 70 Users Manual

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