CADAC (1952)

The CADAC was used for general purpose computation, not requiring large storage. It measured 3.5 feet by 2.5 feet, utilized Magnetic Drum technology; 100 Kc clock rate; 195 tubes; 2,500 crystal rectifiers; 10 relays.

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