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.

Search IBM Stretch Collection

Catalog contains over 84,103 records.

Result 61-80 of about 952

Core testing methods and equipment

Text, Aug. 30, 1957
102634275

Planning a Computer System : Project Stretch
McGraw-Hill Book Company
Text, 1962
102630393

Stretch Reunion : interview with Tom Apple
Computer History Museum
Text, Sept. 28, 2002
102636409

Adding one to memory

Text, Sept. 20, 1956
102632344

Thoughts on machine organisation

Text, Sept. 28, 1956
102632349

Ferrite materials development

Text, Aug. 30, 1957
102634314

Octal-hex bit sheet

Text, Dec. 14, 1959
102633943

Major units in the 7030

Text, Oct. 1960
102633948

List of important registers in the 7030

Text, Oct. 1960
102633950

704-709-7090 programming package for the IBM 7030 data processing system
International Business Machines Corporation. Data Processing Division (IBM)
Text, 1960
102634321

Sigma timing simulator

Text, Feb. 17, 1958
102635103

Engineering seminar
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Text, Mar. 21, 1959
102635108

Dr. Kolsky's letter of 8/5/58

Text, Aug. 6, 1958
102635122

Revised simulator report

Text, Nov. 7, 1958
102635127