The Unisys History Newsletter is written and published by George Gray. George works within IBM as a State of Georgia customer liaison and is still involved in Unite Inc., a Unisys User Group. He began his work on the Unisys History Newsletter as a hobby and privately published his first six newsletters. Subsequently, he wrote a regular computer history column in UniSphere magazine. There are a number of articles from that period of time (1994-1998) that are not available due to copyright issues. In 2008, George and Ronald Q. Smith published a book entitled A History of Unisys Computers. Fortunately, George continues to research computer history and publish facinating articles for us to enjoy.
|UNIVAC in Pittsburgh 1953-1963||Vol. 1, Num. 1||September 1992, revised 1999|
|The UNIVAC Solid State Computer||Vol. 1, Num. 2||December 1992, revised 1999|
|EXEC II||Vol. 1, Num. 3||March 1993 revised 1999|
|The UNIVAC 1100 in the Early 70s||Vol. 1, Num. 4||June 1993, revised 1999|
|The UNIVAC III Computer||Vol. 2, Num. 1||September 1993, revised 1999|
|The UNIVAC File Computer||Vol. 2, Num. 2||December 1993, revised 1999|
|Some Burroughs Transistor Computers||Vol. 3, Num. 1||March 1999|
|The UNIVAC 1108||Vol. 3, Num. 2||April 1999|
|Engineering Research Associates and the Atlas Computer (UNIVAC 1101)||Vol. 3, Num. 3||June 1999|
|Sperry Rand Military Computers 1957-1975||Vol. 3, Num. 4||August 1999|
|Burroughs Third-Generation Computers||Vol. 3, Num. 5||October 1999|
|Remington Rand Tabulating Machines||Vol. 4, Num. 1||May 2000|
|The UNIVAC 418 Computer||Vol. 4, Num. 2||August 2000, revised May 2003|
|UNIVAC 1: The First Mass-Produced Computer||Vol. 5, Num. 1||January 2001|
|The Burroughs 220 Computer||Vol. 5, Num. 2||April 2001|
|UNIVAC I Instruction Set||Vol. 5, Num. 3||June 2001|
|The UNIVAC 1102, 1103, and 1104||Vol. 6, Num. 1||January 2002|
|UNIVAC and ALGOL||Vol. 6, Num. 2||June 2002|
You may also be interested in other articles by George Gray.
- Forum: Slashdot's UNIVAC's 50th Anniversary.
- Video: Meet the ultimate computer–UNIVAC!
- Journal: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
- IEEE History Center
- John W. Mauchly and the Development of the ENIAC Computer
- Mauchly: The Computer and the Skateboard (Real/Quicktime video)
- UNIVAC Memories, by John Walker.
- Rowaton Historical Society, Remington Rand history, etc.
- PBS's "Triumph of the Nerds"
- Smithsonian's Information Technology.
- Charles Babbage Institute - dedicated to the preservation of the history of information processing.
- Index: Yahoo! Computers and Internet: History.
- Index: About.com's ENIAC/UNIVAC links.
- Mike Muuss' Computer History Information.
- Computer History Museum.
- Virtual Museum of Computing History.
- Sperry Caculators!?.
- Book: A History of Modern Computing, Book Review.
- Chronology - The BIG List.
- Doug Engelbart's 1968 Demo.
Also, you can find more information about Unisys at the UNITE, the Unisys User's Association.