Exhibition

In 1968, the EMG developed the plan of a second generation computer named EMG 830, operation speed of which was 25,000 operations/second, with a memory capacity of 24 bit/word.

It was a very widespread computer in Hungary with a serious fan base in the 80s and 90s in our country. In the western part of the world, it was considered a less successful construction.

For comparison’s sake, next to the Hungarian machine, we exhibited the soviet computer called R22 representing the second category in the ES.

The yellow-cable (also known as 10BASE-5, thicknet) is one of the several physical media specified in the IEEE 802.3, used in Ethernet-based local networks.

Az MTA SZTAKI tudományos kutató csoportja (Hatvany József vezetésével) tervrajzok, szimulációs feladatok megjelenítésére fejlesztette ki ezt a grafikus megjelenítőt, a GD 71-et 1971-ben.

Instead of the mechanical telegraphs being used in Hungary at the time, Triton developed and began manufacturing telex computers called Gepard 8 and Gepard 16 that significantly increased the standards and quality of telex services.

In the 1970s, the emergence of the minicomputers led to the introduction of low-cost modems and the partially dedicated point-to-point connections were no longer sufficient.

József Lukács and his younger brother Endre decided to create a computer which was accessible to the average user.

HP released its first HP 1000 minicomputer in 1966.

HT 680X professzionális személyi számítógép

A Híradástechnika Szövetkezetben a 70-es évek második felében indult a számítástechnikai fejlesztés. 

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