Parallel Processor Computer
- c. 1979
A small military version of of the ICL Distributed Array Processor - model Mil-DAP. Serial number M002/005. This is an early parallel processing computer.
The ICL Distributed Array Processor (DAP) was an early commercial massively parallel computer and represents a significant advance in computing techniques by a leading British company. This military version was a very successful design for use in ships, aeroplanes or helicopters. Its acquisition fits the content themes being developed by the Science Museum to guide its future activities, and it represents a technology otherwise thinly represented in the collection.
- Computing & Data Processing
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- Russell, Brian
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