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IBM 705

List of IBM products

The following is a list of notable products from the International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation and its predecessor corporations, beginning in the 1890s, and spanning punched card machinery, time clocks, and typewriters, via mainframe computers and minicomputers, to microprocessors, software, and more.

This list is eclectic; it includes, for example, the AN/FSQ-7, which was not a product in the sense of offered for sale, but was a product in the sense of manufactured - produced by the labor of IBM. Also missing are OEM products (semiconductors, for example), supplies (punched cards, for example), and some machines produced only in Europe, such as the 420 and 421 accounting machines.

Unit record equipment

Keypunches, verifiers, and derived machines

  • IBM 001 — Mechanical punch
  • IBM 002 — Port-a-punch
  • IBM 011 — Electric punch
  • IBM 012 — Duplicating punch
  • IBM 015 — Motorized punch
  • IBM 016 — Electric duplicating punch key punch
  • IBM 024 — Electronic (tube) punch, non-printing, BCD zone codes; 1949
  • IBM 026 — Electronic (tube) punch, printing, BCD zone codes; 1949
  • IBM 028
  • IBM 029 — Electric (diodes & relays) punch, printing, EBCDIC zone codes; 1964
  • IBM 031 — Alphabetical duplicating punch; 1933
  • IBM 032 — Printing punch; 1933
  • IBM 036 — Alphabetical printing punch
  • IBM 040 — Tape Controlled Card Punch; 1941
  • IBM 046 — Tape-to-Card Punch
  • IBM 047 — Tape-to-Card Printing Punch
  • IBM 051 — Mechanical verifier
  • IBM 052 — Motorized verifier
  • IBM 056 — Electronic (tube) verifier, BCD zone codes; 1949
  • IBM 059 — Electric (diodes & relays) verifer, EBCDIC zone codes; 1964
  • IBM 063 — Card-to-Tape Punch
  • IBM 065 — Data Transceiver
  • IBM 066 — Data Transceiver Printing
  • IBM 129 — Integrated circuits (SLT) punch printing, EBCDIC zone codes; 1971
  • IBM 797 — Document Numbering Punch; 1951
  • IBM 824 — Typewriter Card Punch
  • IBM 826 — Typewriter Card Punch Printing
  • IBM Port-A-Punch — Port-A-Punch; 1958

Sorters, Statistical, and derived machines

Collators

  • IBM 77 — Electric Punched Card Collator; 1937
  • IBM 85 — Collator; 1957
  • IBM 87 — Alphabetic Collator
  • IBM 88 — Collator
  • IBM 89 — Alphabetic Collator
  • IBM 188 - Alphabetic Collator

Reproducing Punch, Summary Punch, Gang Punch, and derived machines

Interpreters

  • IBM 548 — Alphabetic Interpreter
  • IBM 550 — Numerical Interpreter
  • IBM 551 — Check Writing Interpreter
  • IBM 552 — Alphabetic Interpreter
  • IBM 555 — Alphabetic Interpreter
  • IBM 557 — Alphabetic Interpreter

Tabulators, Accounting machines

  • Hollerith Census Tabulator 1890
  • Hollerith Integrating Tabulator 1896
  • Hollerith Automatic Feed Tabulator 1900
  • Hollerith Type I Tabulator (Type 090) 1906
  • Hollerith Type III Tabulator (Type 091) 1921
  • Hollerith Type 3-S Tabulator 192x
  • Hollerith Type IV Tabulator. (Type 301) 1928
  • Columbia Difference Tabulator 1931
  • IBM 4 — Tabulator; 1928
  • IBM 285 — Electric Accounting Machine; 1933
  • IBM 301 — Accounting Machine; 1928
  • IBM 401 — Tabulator; 1933
  • IBM 402 — Alphabetic Accounting Machine 1948
  • IBM 403 — Alphabetic Accounting Machine
  • IBM 404 — Accounting Machine
  • IBM 405 — Accounting Machine; 1934
  • IBM 407 — Alphabetic Accounting Machine; 1949
  • IBM 408 — Alphabetic Accounting Machine;
  • IBM 409 — Accounting Machine; 1959
  • IBM 412 — Accounting Machine
  • IBM 416 — Accounting Machine
  • IBM 418 — Accounting Machine
  • IBM 419 — Numerical Accounting Machine
  • IBM 916 — Bill Feed
  • IBM 922 — Tape-Controlled Carriage
  • IBM 923 — Tape-Controlled Carriage

Calculating devices

  • IBM 600 — Multiplying Punch; 1931
  • IBM 601Cross-footing multiplying Punch; 1933
  • IBM Relay Calculator — aka The IBM Pluggable Sequence Relay Calculator (Aberdeen Machine) ,
  • IBM ASCC — Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator; 1944
  • IBM 602 — Calculating Punch; 1946
  • IBM 603 — Electronic Multiplier; 1946
  • IBM 604 — Electronic Calculating Punch; 1948
  • IBM SSEC — Selective Sequence Electronic Calculator; 1948
  • IBM 605 — Electronic Calculator; 1949
  • IBM CPC — Card Programmed Electronic Calculator; 1949
  • IBM 607 — Electronic Calculating Unit; 1953
  • IBM 608Transistorized Electronic Calculator; 1957
  • IBM 609 — Transistorized Calculator; 1960
  • IBM 632 — Electronic Typing Calculator; 1958
  • IBM 941 — IBM CPC Auxiliary Storage Unit; (16 – 10-digit words)
  • IBM 942 — Electronic Storage Unit for IBM 607; 1953
  • IBM 6400 Series — Transistorized Electronic Calculator/accounting machine family produced beginning in 1962

Other Unit Record Equipment

Time clocks

IBM Manufactured many types of clocks until 1967 at which time they sold the time division.

Typewriters and dictating equipment

Copier/Duplicators

The IBM line of Copier/Duplicators, and their associated service contracts, were sold to Eastman Kodak in 1988.

Other non-computer products

Electronic computers

Computers based on vacuum tubes (1950s)

  • IBM 305RAMACRandom Access Method of Accounting and Control; 1956
  • IBM 610 — Auto-Point Computer; 1957
  • IBM 650 — Business Magnetic Drum Data Processing Machine; 1954
  • IBM 701 — Defense Calculator; 1952
  • IBM 702 — Business Electronic Data Processing Machine; 1953
  • IBM 704 — Scientific Electronic Data Processing Machine; 1956
  • IBM 705 — Business Electronic Data Processing Machine; 1954
  • IBM 709 — Scientific Data Processing System; 1958
  • IBM NORC — Naval Ordnance Research Calculator; 1954
  • AN/FSQ-7 — computer for the Semi Automatic Ground Environment; 1959

Computers based on discrete transistors (1960s)

Computers based on SLT or discrete IC CPUs (1964 to 1989)

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