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Computer Memories in the Seventies

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The Computer Elements Committee held a workshop, "Computer Memories in the Seventies," in Denver, September 30 to October 2. Presentations were made by Les Vadasz, Frank Wanlass, Dave Nelson, Jack Schmidt, Drew Berding, Wendell Sander, John Sumilas, Howard Parks, George Quimby, R. D. Lohman, Bob Fillingham, Carlos Chong, and Lloyd Ransom. Topics covered included MOS, bipolar, Ovonic, plated-wire and holographic memory, with some supporting subject material in the areas of memory packaging and redundancy techniques. The agenda also included a visit to a plated-wire manufacturing facility.

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Computer  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 1 )