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'''NORD-5''', was one of the world's earliest 32-bit minicomputer - beating the VAX by 6 years. The development started in 1970 and a machine was delivered to the Norwegian Meteorological Institute in 1971{{Citation needed}} according to one source.
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'''NORD-5''', was one of the world's earliest 32-bit minicomputer - beating the VAX by 6 years. The development started in [[1970]] and a machine was delivered to the Norwegian Meteorological Institute in 1971{{Citation needed}} according to one source.
 
All other sources mention 1972 for the first delivery date.
 
All other sources mention 1972 for the first delivery date.
  

Revision as of 23:46, 16 February 2009

NORD-5, was one of the world's earliest 32-bit minicomputer - beating the VAX by 6 years. The development started in 1970 and a machine was delivered to the Norwegian Meteorological Institute in 1971[citation needed] according to one source. All other sources mention 1972 for the first delivery date.

At least one system is preserved in the storage of the Norwegian Telecommunication Museum.

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