IT Historical Resource Sites

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Listing of sites in our IT Historical Resource Database sorted alphabetically by Institution

New Zealand Computer Geek

Keith Lightfoot was one of the early pioneers of computer users in New Zealand. Initially programming in Machine Code and MPL on an ICT 1301 mainframe in 1969; then moving to Cobol on an ICL 1901. Database design skills followed in London whilst...
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Newsqueak

Newsqueak is a concurrent programming language for writing application software for windowing systems. It was designed at Bell Labs by Rob Pike in the late 1980s.
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Newton OS

Newton OS was the operating system for the Apple Newton PDAs produced by Apple from 1993-1997. Newton OS was written entirely in C++ and trimmed to be low power consuming and use the available memory efficiently. Similar to the original Apple...
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NeXT

Next, Inc. (later Next Computer, Inc. and Next Software, Inc. and stylized as NeXT) was an American computer company headquartered in Redwood City, California, that developed and manufactured a series of computer workstations intended for the higher...
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NeXT - A Historical Site

A variety of online resources for NeXT computer company.
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Next Generation! Optical Security Card Data Storage Nanotechnology!

Rewritable 3D Volume Holographic Removable Card Data Storage is a new frontier. Molecular dissociation following Thomas' patents cover methods for a non-contact photon induced electric field poling using UV space charge fields at the same...
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Next-Generation Secure Computing Base

The Next-Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB), formerly known as Palladium, is a software architecture designed by Microsoft which is expected to implement parts of the controversial "Trusted Computing" concept on future versions of the...
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Nivio

Nivio is a global Cloud Computing innovator with the unique vision of removing computing constraints and providing ubiquitous access to Windows. The company was selected as a World Economic Forum - Technology Pioneer in 2009.
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NLTSS

NLTSS, the Network Livermore Timesharing System, also sometimes known as the New Livermore Time Sharing System was an operating system that was actively developed at Lawrence Livermore Laboratory (now Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) from...
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Norsk Data

Norsk Data was a (mini-)computer manufacturer located in Oslo, Norway. Existing from 1967 to 1992, it had its most active period in the years from the early 1970s to the late 1980s. At the company's peak in 1987 it was the second largest company in...
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