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IBM 701


IBM 701

IBM's first real computer, the 701 was a 36-bit binary machine derived from Von Neuman's Institute for Advanced Study computer. It used 18-bit single-address instructions, two per word. It initially used Williams tube memory, this was later replaced with core memory with a capacity of 4096 words.

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