Univac Creates a High-Tech Minnesota Industry
‘Corporate Computing’ relates how the local Univac division created a large-scale industry in the state, employing 10,000 people by the 1960s and developing networking technologies for the U.S. navy and air-traffic control, and working a ‘quality revolution’ that paved the way for the semiconductor industry to achieve “Moore’s Law” improvements.
Keywords: Minnesota economy and history, high-technology, industrial district, Control Data Corporation, Engineering Research Associates, Sperry Rand Univac, Remington Rand, International Business Machines, Minnesota Educational Computing, Consortium
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