IBM offers a glimpse into its history

IBM offers a glimpse into its history

Summary: The company provides visitors to its site in Armonk, New York with a glimpse of remarkable relics from yesteryear, including a 1940s calculator and an accounting machine

TOPICS: After Hours

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  • Larry Dignan, of ZDNet UK's sister site, spotted several reminders of IBM's role in leading the digital age while on a blogger tour of the company's facilities in Armonk, New York. This picture shows a 1940s calculator. They have upgraded since then.

    Photo credit: Larry Dignan

  • This 1964 mainframe hails from the era of Lyndon B Johnson, the British Invasion and Mad Men.

    Photo credit: Larry Dignan

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