Al Kossow aek at bitsavers.org
Mon Sep 16 12:45:51 CDT 2019

I would be interested in putting up the later docs
I wonder if Guy remembers what these were used for at CMU

On 9/16/19 10:19 AM, Shoppa, Tim via cctalk wrote:
> The Microram was a multipurpose solid state memory chassis sold by EMM (Electronic Memories and Magnetics) with what we called later in the 1970's a "personality board" that plugged it into each different CPU's backplane.  They sold a similar system (maybe even plug compatible at some level) with core planes under "Micromemory" brand name. I see we already have a "emm" directory in bitsavers with docs about some of their core products.

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