Changeset 152 in t29-www for en


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Timestamp:
Mar 1, 2010, 9:47:03 PM (13 years ago)
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sven
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Vollständiger Sync der englischen Version: Verbleibende Geraeteseiten, ausserdem die Inhaltsseiten.

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  • en/computer/commercial.shtm

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    2222    <p>In contrast to computers used for scientific applications, commercial data processing systems have a different structure since they are optimized to support large storage systems and to process lots of data like in payroll applications and the like. Sometimes the distinction between scientific and commercial systems is not a clear one. The examples below are typical small to medium systems for commercial applications.</p>
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     24        <p>The <a class="go" href="/en/computer/gamma10.shtm">BULL GAMMA 10</a> and the <a class="go" href="/en/computer/univac9200.shtm">UNIVAC 9200</a> were two very nice devices that were primarily used for commercial applications.</p>
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    2426        <h3>Olivetti P 203</h3>
  • en/computer/tabulating-machine.shtm

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    3131       is the oldest pice of EDP in the museum. At these days you could buy it
    3232       for about 260.000 German marks (about 62.000 US$).
    33        Nevertheless even medium-sized businesses had to buy these punch card
    34       machines to work economically.</p>
     33       Nevertheless even medium-sized businesses (especially banks) had to buy
     34           these punch card machines to work economically.</p>
    3535
    3636    <p>On high quality tabulating machines the patch panel could be replaced to
  • en/devices/univac9400/costs.shtm

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    5050<!--#echo encoding="none" var="heading" -->
    5151<div id="content">
    52     <h2 class="center"><!--#echo var="title" --></h2>
     52    <h2><!--#echo var="title" --></h2>
    5353
    5454    <p>40 years ago, computer systems were incredibly expensive. The prices in the
  • en/devices/univac9400/discdrives.shtm

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    2323<!--#echo encoding="none" var="heading" -->
    2424<div id="content">
    25     <h2 class="center"><!--#echo var="title" --></h2>
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  • en/devices/univac9400/frontpanel.shtm

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    2626    <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/univac/frontpanel.jpg" alt="Univac 9400 Frontpannel" width="361" height="575" />
    2727    <div class="bildtext">
    28         <h2 class="center"><!--#echo var="title" --></h2>
     28        <h2><!--#echo var="title" --></h2>
    2929        <p>Light ermitting diodes (LEDs) has not been invented yet. Little
    3030        glow lamps were used to display the binary states because
  • en/devices/univac9400/highspeed-printer.shtm

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    25     <h2 class="center"><!--#echo var="title" --></h2>
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