This is a black and white image of a woman sitting down typing into an IKE 1301 system. She is reading some materials on the table while while typing. Behind her is the Inforex reel to reel computer tape machine. Light is coming from the right side of the image. The IKE 1301 system was introduced by Inforex, Inc., in April 1969 as the first shared-processor key-to-disk system. It offered growing centralized data entry departments highly efficient disk-based operation and a dedicated processor. The system accommodated from 1 to 8 keystations, with a disk capacity of 5000 user records. Verso side of image is stamped "Photo International Inc. P.O. Box 63 West Newton, Massechusetts 02165 U.S.A. Telephone 617/969-0879". Also written on verso side in pencil at the top edge is "#1460" and on the bottom in pencil is "75/7405" and "A-7".