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 86,058 records.

Result 181-200 of about 952

Stretch system assembly line
International Business Machines (IBM)
Still Image
102635780

Engineers debugging part of Stretch
International Business Machines (IBM)
Still Image
102635785

KMPD

Text, Nov. 25, 1958
102634042

Stretch Reunion : interview with John Griffith
Computer History Museum
Text, Sept. 28, 2002
102636411

7000 X Committee, investigation of 7090 and its possible improvement : meeting or contact repot
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM). Data Processing Division
Text, Nov. 12, 1958
102634028

Stretch Reunion : interview with Norm Hardy
Computer History Museum
Text, Sept. 28, 2002
102636404

Error in value of co-factor element B44

Text, [1959?]
102634148

Cover letter

Text, Feb. 9, 1960
102634155

Attached commentaries : survival value of organization myths : decomposition of large interlocking organizations
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Text, June 30, 1970
102632319

Shared variables

Text, May 10, 1971
102632321

SIGMA - physical description

Text, Sept. 3, 1958
102632523

Proposal for an interlock signal

Text, Oct. 13, 1958
102632528

Slow-down signal

Text, Oct. 21, 1958
102632530

Channel adapter

Text, Nov. 10, 1958
102632535

Card punching for Project 7000

Text, Dec. 16, 1958
102632542

Appendix F of the STRAP 1 manual

Text, [1960?]
102633956