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 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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