IBM Stretch Collection

IBM Stretch Collection

The IBM Stretch Archive is a collection of materials, primarily documents, relating to the IBM 7030 ("Stretch") computer project from 1955 to 1961. The IBM Model 7030 was one of the world's first supercomputers. Stretch incorporated a dazzling array of technical breakthroughs and was the fastest computer in the world for several years. It is considered a critical milestone in IBM history.

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Catalog contains over 84,351 records.

Result 521-540 of about 952

Talk to Shedden

Text, Dec. 18, 1958
102634051

Computer memos, 1960-61

Text, Jan. 10, 1964
102632618

Stretch

Text, May 17, 1961
102632620

Corporate strategy for the post-Stretch area

Text, Nov. 3, 1960
102632625

Share symbolic coding form

Text, May 5 ,1958
102634962

Calculations

Text, [1959?]
102634138

Output listing

Text, [1959?]
102634145

World's most powerful computer shipped to nuclear research center
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Text, Apr. 19, 1961
102634323

Appraisal of the Stretch system
Charles W. Adams Associates, Inc.
Text, May 31, 1961
102632637

Continuous stream register

Text, Sept. 6, 1956
102634912

Arithmetic and logical unit

Text, Jan. 4, 1957
102634917

First evaluation of 3-in-1 Committee report

Text, June 21, 1957
102634931

Revised Sigma computer
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Text, Apr. 24, 1959
102634936

Progressive Indexing
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Text, July 28, 1961
102634373