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  • June 14: 1951: The U.S. Census Bureau dedicates its new prized possession, the first commercial computer, known as UNIVAC 1.

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  • The UNIVAC was a "stored program" computer, one of the first.

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  • Sitting next to the desk of CBS Anchor Walter Cronkite was a mockup of a huge gadget called a UNIVAC UNIVersal Automatic Computer, which Cronkite explained would augur the contest.

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  • The UNIVAC was a "stored program" computer, one of the first.

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  • Sitting next to the desk of CBS Anchor Walter Cronkite was a mockup of a huge gadget called a UNIVAC UNIVersal Automatic Computer, which Cronkite explained would augur the contest.

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  • The first commercially available electronic computer was called UNIVAC (Universal Automatic Computer)

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  • The UNIVAC was a stored-program computer, like its non-commercial sister the

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  • Also note that "UNIVAC" (all caps) conveys the computer, and "Univac" generally means the Univac Division of Remington Rand, later Sperry Rand.

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  • Also note that "UNIVAC" (all caps) conveys the computer, and "Univac" generally means the Univac Division of Remington Rand, later Sperry Rand.

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  • Also note that "UNIVAC" (all caps) conveys the computer, and "Univac" generally means the Univac Division of Remington Rand, later Sperry Rand.

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