ICL flowchart template

Contributed by Robert

ICL flowchart template

These templates were used to draw (manually) the design of computer systems and programs. An example of the rapid obsolescence of technological objects. NOTE - copyright International Computers Ltd now Fujitsu Services Ltd - have not asked their consent to reproduce.

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  • 1. At 18:24 on 7 March 2010, Madelaine Kirke wrote:

    This is really interesting to me. I have one from EMI who sold their computing interest to ICL.

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  • 2. At 14:26 on 9 April 2010, delphius1 wrote:

    I used to have one of those! I worked for ICL at their Ashton-Under-Lyne Plant, first building and testing their mainframe and mini computers and later doing operations and network support. Sadly all the stuff I worked on back then is so very obsolete.

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Location

Probably Letchworth, Herts

Culture
Period

1968-9

Theme
Size
H:
25.4cm
W:
8.9cm
D:
0.05cm
Colour
Material

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