Stardent - Kubota Pacfic - Tektronix
rdawson16 at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 3 23:04:26 CST 2009
And there is this book:
The Architecture of Supercomputers: Titan, a Case Study (Hardcover)http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0126430608
In my other career as a computer graphics guru I had one of these machines.
a while, at the back gate to the Johnson Space Center my little
consulting office was the gathering point, and we socialized around
I used this and some robotics to essentially play a
phonograph record by looking at images of its surface. This was for a
oil well mechanical caliper that recorded its data on a Edison-like
metal cylinder to monitor corrosion. No electronics could survive this
environment of 300C so the engineers came up with this amazing
recorder. I built the playback machine.
I have fond memories late at night, just me and this machine, coding away.
> From: rborsuk at colourfull.com
> To: cctalk at classiccmp.org
> Date: Tue, 3 Mar 2009 23:43:45 -0500
> Subject: Re: Stardent - Kubota Pacfic - Tektronix
> Interesting. Took some power googling but I found a pic
> and naturally a wikipedia article
> Cool stuff.
> On Mar 3, 2009, at 10:29 PM, Michael Lee wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I recently picked up in a lot of other stuff four DC600 tapes which
> > is an interesting mix. I have no idea what systems they are for,
> > maybe you do or have a need for such?
> > Stardent 2.2 Diagnostics
> > 1989-Part #125-0023-06
> > Kubota Pacific Computer 2.5 Diagnostics
> > 1992-Part #125-0023-11
> > An unlabeled Tektronics tape, and another unlabeled 3M one.
> > Mike
> Rob Borsuk
> email: rborsuk at colourfull.com
> Colourfull Creations
> Web: http://www.colourfull.com
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