Company: Bendix Corporation
BENDIX G-15 Automatic Programming Systems
Bendix Corporation

1956
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Bendix marketed their first general purpose computer, the G-15, in 1956. It was based on a design by computer pioneer Harry Huskey who, in turn, based it on work of Alan Turing at the National Physical Laboratories in Britain (Huskey had worked with Turing there for a year).

Over 300 of the machines were sold, mainly in North America but three made it as far as Australia. Bendix later produced a transistorized version, the G-20, but eventually sold their computing division to Control Data Corporation in 1963.
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Bendix G-15 All Purpose Computer
1956
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BENDIX G-15 Automatic Programming Systems
1956
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Bendix G-15 General Purpose Digital Computer
1955
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How Much Computer Can You Buy for Less Than $1000/month?
1955
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In your computer evaluation... have you checked the hidden plus factor?
1955
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Introducing a New, Simplified Programming System for the Bendix G-15 General Purpose Digital Computer-- Intercom 1000
1955
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The Bendix G-15 CPM/PERT program
1955
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The Easy to Use Bendix G-15 General Purpose Digital Computer
1955
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The Easy to Use Bendix G-15 General Purpose Digital Computer
1955
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