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Large Systems Collection

The large systems gallery consists of computers originally designed as servers, industrial controllers, large word-processing systems, batch processors, or are just generally large.

Unless otherwise noted, the collection is composed of photos of machines in the Museum's own collections. Permission is granted for use of these materials for educational purposes if an appropriate acknowledgment is made. As with all materials at this site, we welcome suggestions, corrections and comments which may be directed to the Rector at rweasel@gmail.com.


Large Systems Collection

  1. Apollo Jabba
  2. Apollo DN330
  3. Ardent Titan
  4. Astronautics ZS-1
  5. Burroughs B800
  6. Calcomp System 25
  7. Control Data AN/AYK-14 Airborne Computer
  8. Cray Research EL-98
  9. Cray Research J-916
  10. Cray Research SV1 
  11. Cray Research T3E-900
  12. Data General Aviion
  13. Data General Desktop Generation
  14. Data General Eclipse S/20
  15. Data General Eclipse S/130
  16. Data General MV/4000
  17. Data General Nova-2
  18. Data General Nova-3 #1
  19. Data General Nova-3 #2
  20. Data General Nova-3 #3
  21. Data General Nova-4
  22. DEC HSC-90 Cluster Controller
    1. Fujitsu Tape Drive connected to the HSC-90 for the VAX Cluster
  23. DEC PDP-8/e
  24. DEC PDP-8/I
  25. DEC PDP-8/L
  26. DEC PDP-8/m ECRM Scanner
  27. DEC PDP-8/S #1
  28. DEC PDP-8/S #2
  29. DEC PDP-8/S #3
  30. DEC PDP-8/S #4
  31. DEC PDP-9
  32. DEC PDP-10 (DECSYSTEM 2020) #4657
  33. DEC PDP-10 (DECSYSTEM 2020) #4224
  34. DEC PDP-10 (DECSYSTEM 2020) #4165 (Megan's)
  35. DEC PDP-11/03 (LSI-11)
  36. DEC PDP-11/03 (Analogic)
  37. DEC PDP-11/04
  38. DEC PDP-11/05
  39. DEC PDP-11/15
  40. DEC PDP-11/23 #1
  41. DEC PDP-11/23 #2
  42. DEC PDP-11/23 #3
  43. DEC PDP-11/34 #1
  44. DEC PDP-11/34 #2
  45. DEC PDP-11/35
  46. DEC PDP-11/40
  47. DEC PDP-11/44
  48. DEC PDP-11/45
  49. DEC PDP-11/70
  50. DEC PDP-11/83
  51. DEC PDP-11/93
  52. DEC PDP-12
  53. DEC RW500 StorageWorks Optical Disk Jukebox
  54. DEC MicroVAX-II #1
  55. DEC MicroVAX-II #2
  56. DEC MicroVAX 3400
  57. DEC Rainbow 100
  58. DEC VAX 11/780
  59. DEC VAXserver 4000-300
  60. DEC VAX 6000-410
  61. DEC VAX 6000-510
  62. DEC VAX 7000
  63. DEC VAX 8650
  64. DEC Peripherals
  65. EAI 580 ANALOG/HYBRID COMPUTING SYSTEM
  66. Heathkit H-11
  67. HP 1000 E-Series, 2113B
  68. HP 1000 M-Series, 2108A
  69. HP Paper Tape Drive
  70. HP3000 Series 70
  71. Honeywell DPS-6
  72. Honeywell/Ultimate Level-6
  73. IBM 360 Front Panel
  74. IBM Thermal Conduction Module
  75. IBM 370 Front Panel
  76. IBM AS/400
  77. IBM Series/1
  78. IBM 5110 Model 3
  79. IBM 5340 System/34
  80. IBM 5360 System/36
  81. IBM 5362 Compact System/36
  82. IBM 5363 System/36
  83. IBM 5364 System/36 PC
  84. IBM 5381 System/38
  85. IBM System/390
  86. IBM SYSTEM Z890
  87. Keronix (Data General Clone)
  88. Lexitron VT1200
  89. MAI Basic/Four Model 1200
  90. MAI Basic Four Model 4102
  91. MAI Basic/Four Model 8000
  92. MASSCOMP
  93. MASSCOMP 5400
  94. MASSCOMP 7250
  95. MASSCOMP MC-500
  96. MTI Storage Servers
  97. NCR 8250
  98. NeXT COMPUTER
  99. PERKIN-ELMER 3210
  100. PERKIN-ELMER 3230
  101. Pixar Image Computer
  102. Plessey 6742/0
  103. Prime Computer 2850
  104. Prime Computer 9650
  105. Sequent Symmetry 5000 SE-60
  106. SGI Challenge L
  107. SGI O2
  108. Sperry UNIVAC System 80
  109. Sperry UNIVAC BC/7
  110. StorageTek Timberline 9490 Tape Library and Wolf Creek 9360 Controller and Tape Transport
  111. Sun Microsystems 3/280
  112. Symbolics 3630
  113. Symbolics 3645
  114. Texas Instruments 990/10 & 990/12
  115. Texas Instruments System 1500
  116. Valid SCALDsystem
  117. Varityper
  118. Vydec 1800
  119. Wang 2210-VS Workstation
  120. Wang 2200-VP WCS/20
  121. Wang 2200-MVP
  122. Wang VS45
  123. Wang VS5/VS6
  124. Wang VS5E/VS6E
  125. Wang VS15
  126. Wang VS65
  127. Wang VS85
  128. Wang VS90
  129. Wang VS100
  130. Wang VS6230
  131. Wang VS8460
  132. Wang Peripherals

 



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