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Cray-1A Supercomputer

1976

Computer History Museum

Computer History Museum

For five years, this was the world’s fastest computer. Each Cray-1 was hand wired and took nearly a year to assemble. Its unique vector-processing design suited it to many critical computational problems, such as cryptography, bomb simulation, and aircraft design.

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  • Title: Cray-1A Supercomputer
  • Date: 1976
  • Rights: © Mark Richards
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