UNIVAC Systems -- Approximate Date of Introduction

SYSTEM

Date

Note: ERA Atlas 1101 (ERA bought by Remington Rand in 1952)

1950

Note: Remington Rand buys Eckert Mauchly Computer Company

1950

UNIVAC 1 (March 29, 1951, acceptance testing competed)

1951

UNIVAC 1103

1953

UNIVAC 1102

1953

UNIVAC 60 & 120

1954

Note: Remington Rand merges with Sperry Gyroscope Company.

1955

UNIVAC 1103 A

1956

Athena Ground Guidance Computer for the U.S. Titan missile

1957

Bogart (developed for the U.S. National Security Agency)

1957

UNIVAC File O

1957

UNIVAC CP 642

1957

UNIVAC II

1957

UNIVAC File I

1958

UNIVAC 1105

1959

UNIVAC Solid State 80/90 I

1959

UNIVAC Larc I (August 1960)

1960

UNIVAC 1206 (Military Real Time Computer)

1960

UNIVAC III (May 1960)

1960

UNIVAC 1107 Thin Film Memory Computer (Dec. 1960)

1960

UNIVAC Target Intercept Computer (w/Bell Labs) (Sept. 1960)

1960

UNIVAC Solid State 80/90 II

1961

UNIVAC 490

1961

UNIVAC 1000 & 1020

1961

UNIVAC File II

1962

UNIVAC 1004

1962

UNIVAC 1050

1963

UNIVAC 1004 II, III

1964

UNIVAC 418

1964

UNIVAC 422

1964

UNIVAC 1108

1965

UNIVAC 491 & 492

1965

UNIVAC 418 II

1966??

UNIVAC 1005 II, III

1966

UNIVAC 1005 I

1966

UNIVAC 494

1966

UNIVAC 9200

1966

UNIVAC 9300

1966

UNIVAC 418 III

1968?

UNIVAC 9400

1969

UNIVAC 1106

1969

UNIVAC 422 - Digital Trainer

1970

UNIVAC 1110

1971

UNIVAC 90/30

1974

UNIVSC 1832

1975?

UNIVAC 1900-32 CADE

1975

UNIVAC 1100/10, /12, /181,/20, /40

1975

UNIVAC 90/30

1975?

UNIVAC 1100/40

1977

UNIVAC 580(?) Process Control Computer

1977?

UNIVAC 1100/80

1978

UNIVAC 1100/60, /60 AVP, /61, 61 B1

1979

UNIVAC 1100/80A

1979

UNIVAC 90/80

1980

UNIVAC 1100/62,/63,/64,/70

1981

UNIVAC 1100/90, /91,/92,/93,/94

1982

Note: Sperry drops the name "UNIVAC" from its product line.

1983

SPERRY 2200/100

1985

Note: Sperry merges with Burroughs to become UNISYS.

1986

UNISYS 5000/20,/40,/60

1986

UNISYS 2200/200

1986

UNISYS 5000/30,/50,/90

1986

UNISYS 1100/94

1987

UNISYS 2200/400

1988

UNISYS 1100/91,/92

1988

UNISYS 2200/600

1988

UNISYS 5000/35,/55, /85, /95

1988

UNISYS 6000/50

1988

UNISYS 7000

1988

UNISYS 2200/600

1989

UNISYS 6000/70, /80

1989

UNISYS 6000/30

1989

UNISYS 6000/10,/60,/ws

1990

UNISYS 2200/100

1990

UNISYS 2200/600 ES

1990

UNISYS 6000/35

1991

UNISYS 2200/900

1993

UNISYS 2200/900M

1994

UNISYS 2200/3800

1997

 

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