Core Memory

PDP-8 Family Digital Equipment Corporation

PDP-8 Family Digital Equipment Corporation

PDP-8 Family 1965 Digital Equipment Corporation, United States Announced in April 1965, the PDP-8 was the first successful mass-produced minicomputer. Its low price, desktop packaging, and simple programming model expanded the market for computers in universities, process control applications, laboratories, and offices. By 1973 the PDP-8 was the best-selling computer in the world. Over the next 25 years, DEC manufactured over a dozen variations of the PDP-8 architecture, finally placing the entire machine on a single integrated circuit. Shown here is the original PDP-8 and two subsequent versions. Memory Type: Core Speed: 667,000 Add/s Memory Size: 4K Cost: $18,000 Memory Width: (12-bit)

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