Triglav (computer)

Triglav  was a computer from Slovenia developed in the 1980s and manufactured by Iskra Delta . (DC J11-AC, Intel 80286 and Motorola 68010 ) and could be more common ( Xenix , OS-9 , MS-DOS and RMX ) . Also supported was a 40 to 80 MB, 5.25 “floppy drive and a microstreamer tape drive.  [1]

The computer is named after the Triglav , the highest Slovenian mountain. With the name meaning “three-headed” it also symbolizes the three CPU architectures supported by its design. Read More…

TIM-100

The  TIM-100  was a PTT microcomputer developed by Mihajlo Pupin Institute ( Serbia ) in 1985 (Ref.lit # 1). It was based on the Intel microprocessors types 80×86 and VLSI circuitry. RAMhad capacity max.8MB, and the external memory were floppy disks of 5.25 or 3.50 inch. (Ref.literature # 2, # 3 and # 4). Multiuser, multitasking Operating system was real-time NRT and also TRANOS (developed by PTT office). Read More…

Texas Instruments Professional Computer and Professional Portable Computer

The  Texas Instruments Professional Computer  (  TIPC  ) and the  Texas Instruments Professional Computer Computer  (  TIPPC  ) were both released on January 31, 1983. The TIPC was a desktop PC and the TIPPC was a fully compatible, portable version of the TIPC. Both computers were most often used by white-collar information workers and professionals who needed to gather, manipulate and transmit information. Texas Instruments (TI) was the first company to release videotape training videos for their computers. Read More…

PDP-12

The  PDP-12  (Programmed Data Processor) was created by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) in 1969 and was marketed specifically for science and engineering.  [1]  It was the 3rd in the LINC family and its uses for applications in chemistry, applied psychology, patient monitoring and industrial testing.  [2]  It is the combination of the LINC computer and the PDP-8 and can run programs for the computer.  [3]  It features a single central processor with two distinct operating modes, each with its own set instruction that allows it to run both computers’ programs.  [4] Read More…

Mini PC E8

Embedsky  Mini PC E8  is a postcard sized (100mm x 65mm) single-board computer , developed by Guangzhou Embedsky Computer Tech Company.

It features a 32-bit microcomputer processor , both VGA and HDMI outputs, a network port, and USB interfaces for connecting WiFi and Bluetooth dongles, a keyboard, and a mouse. It uses a8 kernel, 1 GHz frequency, a built-in SGX540 graphics processor, a 512MB DDR2 storage, and 4GB eMMC FLASH memory. Most notably, it supports Android 4.0.4, as well as Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows CE6 operating systems.  [1] Read More…

Ecopath

Ecopath with Ecosim  (  EwE  ) is a free ecosystem modeling software suite , originally started at NOAA by Jeffrey Polovina, but has previously been developed at the UBC Fisheries Center of the University of British Columbia . In 2007, it was named as one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs in NOAA’s 200-year history. The NOAA states that Ecopath “revolutionized scientists’ ability worldwide to understand complex marine ecosystems”.  [1]  Behind this binds more than two decades of development work in association with Villy Christensen , Carl Walters , Daniel Pauly, and other fisheries scientists ,  [2]  followed by the provision of user support, training and co-development collaborations. There are 6000+ registered users in 150+ countries. Read More…

ATLAS-TIM AT 32

The  ATLAS-TIM AT 32  was developed by the Mihajlo Pupin Institute in Belgrade in the 1980s. The designers were Dr. Vukasin Masnikosa, Dr. Bozidar Levi, Mr. Milenko Nikolic and their associates. Professor Bozidar Levi with 2 coauthors got the Nikola Tesla award for his ATLAS design in 1988 (see Fig.1). Read More…

AN / FYQ-93

FYQ-93  was a computer system used from 1983-2006, and built for the Joint Surveillance System (JSS) by the Hughes Aircraft Company .  [1]  The system consists of a fault tolerant central computer complex with a two-way communication between a network and a network.

This system is composed of two components, one of the following: The HMD-22 consoles displayed data from various radars including the AN / GSQ-235. The United States (CONUS), Canada, Alaska and Hawaii. Read More…

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