electronic computer


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n 1947 The first electronic computer in region is shipped to Bahrain.
The machine lines feature a casting control system with visual color display and automated electronic computer controls, which has the ability to repeat and document process control; electric resistance furnaces (crucible or refractory in all capacities); platen sizes to suit all applications; easy maintenance with access to all sides of the machine; and rigid construction.
ENIAC, the world's first electronic computer, appeared in 1945.
ForeFront Security by Chubb for Banks wraps financial institution bond, electronic computer crime, safe depository liability, workplace violence, and kidnap and ransom and extortion coverages into one policy.
The sun never sets on IBM." World War II military needs sped up computer development resulting in the ENIAC, the first fully electronic computer which contained 20,000 electronic tubes and filled a 30 by 50 foot room.
And dozens more Superfund sites scattered throughout the country are tied to processes used to create electronic computer components.
The obvious next step was to make an entirely electronic computer, with no moving mechanical parts at all.
Presper Eckert and John Mauchly, co-inventors of ENIAC, the first general-purpose electronic computer. It is presented yearly by the ACM and the IEEE Computer Society.
The calculations involved were only practical because of an electronic computer. By today's standards, the computer they used would be regarded as primitive indeed.
"The first ballad to be composed by an electronic computer will be played July 15 in a science show on television.
The money will be used to buy a new electronic computer aid that enables children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities to use telephones and improve their communication skills.
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