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 What is the name of the first commercial computer?

Answer According to the Census Bureau, the name of the first commercial computer was UNIVAC I, dedicated to the Bureau in Philadelphia on June 14, 1951. The machine was developed by an engineering team le... Read More »
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What was the name of the first commercial computer?

In 1950, the Engineering Research Associates of Minneapolis built the first commercially produced computer, the ERA 1101, according to the Computer History Museum. The first customer to purchase on... Read More »
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What was the first commercial computer called?

J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly of the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Company created the UNIVAC 1 (Universal Automatic Computer 1) in 1947. At 25 by 50 feet in length, the UNIVAC 1 commercial compute... Read More »
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When was the first commercial computer sold?

The first commercially available computer was the Universal Automatic Computer, or UNIVAC. The first UNIVAC was sold and delivered to the United States Census Bureau on March 31, 1951, to help keep... Read More »
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When was the first commercial computer developed?

The Univac holds the distinction as the first commercial computer. John Mauchly and J. Presber Eckert developed this large mainframe (it weighed 29,000 pounds) for the Remmington Rand Corporation i... Read More »
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