Beehive terminals, an offshoot of Beehive Medical Electronics of Salt Lake City, produced computer terminals for data entry on mainframe computers. Much like Computer Terminal Corporation, they emulated many different types of terminal on a single device using software. Beehive terminals had the advantage that the keyboard was attached with a cable and could be easily changed to provide simple editing functions and other facilities.
Beehive terminals were used on many different systems (e.g. Harris Computers) and were often re-branded with other nameplates. The company went out of business in the early 1980s.