Inventors of the Modern Computer

Timeline created by jrea
  • Clifford Berry first computer

    Clifford Berry built the world's first electronic-digital computer at Iowa State University
  • Inventors of the Modern Computer

    Konrad Zuse was a construction engineer for the Henschel Aircraft Company in Berlin, Germany at the beginning of WWII. Konrad Zuse earned the semiofficial title of "inventor of the modern computer
  • Harvard Mark 1 Computer

    The computer, controlled by pre-punched paper tape, could do addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and reference to previous results
  • Computer Storage

    Magnetic tape allows for inexpensive mass storage of information and so is a key part of the computer revolution. The IBM 726 was one of the first practical high-speed magnetic tape systems for electronic digital computers.
  • Software & Languages

    In the mid-fifties resources for scientific and engineering computing were in short supply and were very precious.
  • Components

    Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corp. produced the first widely accepted epitaxial gold-doped NPN transistor
  • Components

    first standard metal oxide semiconductor product for data processing applications an eight-bit arithmetic unit and accumulator.
  • Networking

    Computer-to-computer communication expanded when the Department of Defense established four nodes on the ARPANET
  • 2012 Computers

    Computers from now are better and have more technology and new softwear.
  • 2012 softwear

    2012 softwear
    New softwear makes your computer run faster and have the new version of apps.