A business-oriented counterpart of the IBM 704. The 705 was a decimal machine with a circular register which could hold several values at the same time.
Languages incuded ACOM, Autocode, ELI, PRINT, PRINT I, SOHIO, SYMBOLIC ASSEMBLY.
- Ibm 709
computer A computer made by IBM oriented toward scientific work. The 709 had the same basic architecture as the IBM 704 but with many I/O and performance refinements over the 704. The IBM 709 (like the 704) had 36-bit memory words, 15-bit addresses and instructions with one address. A few index register instructions had the […]
- Ibm 7090
computer A transistorised version of the IBM 709 which was a very popular high end computer in the early 1960s. The 7090 had 32Kbytes of 36-bit core memory and a hardware floating point unit. Fortran was its most popular language, but it supported many others. It was later upgraded to the IBM 7094, and a […]
- Ibm 7094
computer A faster version of the IBM 7090 with more index registers. (1997-02-23)
- Ibm 801
The original IBM RISC processor, developed as a research project. It was named after the building in which it was designed. [Features? Dates?] (1995-03-01)