From: Daniel T. Burrows <>
Date: Mon Mar 22 18:20:15 1999

You may want to check out the ALPHA 16. I used to service them and should
still have the docs. All of the ones I dealt with were core memory 8 and

-----Original Message-----
From: Chuck McManis <>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Date: Monday, March 22, 1999 6:53 PM
Subject: Re: berman?

At 06:59 AM 3/22/99 -0600, Jay West wrote:
>Anyone know what happened to bermans diversified industries? Is their
>website just dead or....
>Jay West

They are still there, I went by to be sure. They are completely "clueless"
about the web so it may be a couple of days before they get their site back
up. (I'm going to see if I can sell them a FreeGate box :-)

Interesting stuff in this week's auction:
#113 - set of interactive UNIX docs from Sun
#109 M/2000 RISComputer (MIPS)
#108 TU81+ tape drive
#59 Qty 4 "ASR" Silent 700's (with cassette drives)
*very* grungy
#40 Various boards that look like HP boards one was
    marked HP 13037-69023 and C-1635
#37 Empty HP21MX frame and another HP21xx frame (no
    nameplate) HP Rk05 type disk (front loading pizza box)
#19 Computer Automation "Alpha-16" front panel and
    on the pallet apparently the body of this machine.
#14 Two HP7970E 1600BPI 9-trk drives
#5 Very RARE Sun 75/GT "Graphics Tower" this was part
    of the Evans & Sutherland joint cooperation program
    with Sun. Few of these were sold (they cost 100K+)
    There is also a DECStation 5000/125, a SPARCStation 1+,
    and a couple of Sun Shoeboxes (external scsi drives)
    on this pallet.

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