Company: Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.
Operating System Orientation for Management
Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.

1966
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Honeywell entered the computer business when, in 1955, it formed a joint venture with the Raytheon Manufacturing Company to create the Datamatic Corporation. In the early 1960s, Honeywell bought out Raytheonís interest and also purchased the Computer Control Corporation to further add to its product line. At this point they had machines that competed directly with those of IBM and other major manufacturers.

In 1970, they acquired General Electricís computer division which gave them access to the timesharing system known as Multics. Multics later set the standard for timesharing systems, particularly in regard to security. In 1986 they merged with the French Compagnie des Machines Bull and Nippon Electric Company (NEC) to form Honeywell-Bull, but by 1991 they had left the computer business entirely.
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COBOL Orientation for Management
1965
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H316 General Purpose Digital Computer
1965
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H632 General Purpose Digital Computer System
1968
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Honeywell 1800-II
1964
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Honeywell Level 68 Multics System: Focusing on Today's Interactive Processing Needs
1973
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Honeywell: The Multics System
1975
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Operating System Orientation for Management
1966
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Series 16 Direct Digital Control System
1968
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u-COMP DDP-516 General Purpose I/C Digital Computer
1966
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