Research Machines Nimbus PC1

From: Merle K. Peirce <>
Date: Sun Jun 24 08:08:22 2001

That's a bit of an involved connection, isn't it? Would anyone on the
list have a front panel for a 3210? That seems to be about the only
thing missing, other than a P/E terminal.

On Sat, 23 Jun 2001, Bill Pechter wrote:

> > There's some sort of NCR sitting about 30 miles away. Maybe I'll get to
> > that in another week. We got a Perkin Elmer, also. It's starting to
> > look like they may be rebadged Concurrents.
> >
> Nope Concurrent was a spun off Perkin-Elmer Computer Products
> division... Formerly Interdata.
> Interdata -> Perkin Elmer-> Concurrent which merged with Masscomp
> to form Concurrent and was swallowed by Harris and still kept the name
> Concurrent.
> Some of the Interdata founders created Syntrex and early office
> automation word processing group with a number of talented folks
> from Bell Labs (and I think some folks who may have had a connection
> to Zilog and Exxon Office Systems)...
> Bill

M. K. Peirce

Rhode Island Computer Museum, Inc.
Shady Lea, Rhode Island

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