Computer History - Delia Guevara-Hutchins

Timeline created by D. Hutchins
In History
  • Complex Number Calculator (CNC)

    Complex Number Calculator (CNC)
    George Stibitz's teletype was connected in New York to unique telephone lines. We still use phone lines toady on desktop computers.
  • Zuse 3 Computer (Z3)

    Zuse 3 Computer (Z3)
    Konrad Zuse's (Z3) had 22-bit word length and was used for aerodynamic calculations. The computers to day have a lot more than 22-bites today.
  • Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC)

    Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC)
    John Vincent Atanasoff's computer is related to several basic computers concepts. Know we have advanced desktops and laptop for this concept.
  • Harvard Mark 1

    Harvard Mark 1
    Howard Aiken's Mark 1 was built by IBM and was the beginning of electric stored-programs for the computers.

    John Mauchly's and J. Presper Eckert's computer system used tubes and computed faster then previous computers.