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Press Announcement: Open Day on Nov 29th 2003

Cray-Cyber invites to Open Day
On Nov, 29th 2003 from 12:00am to 6:00pm the Vintage Computer Center of invites to their second tours day at their location Staeblistrasse 10b, 81477 Munich. will show running mainframes of several periods of the mainframe era. Visitors of the first tours day last year already know the main exhibits: a running Control Data Cyber 960 mainframe from 1986, a running Cray Y-MP EL from 1991 as well as a fluid cooled Control Data 860, built in 1982.
After renovation of the computer center beginning of this year, extended its collection by several interesting machines, e. g. a NEC SX4B/2A and a Control Data 4680MP.
Of course, a broad range of typical peripheral devices such as punchcard readers, tape drives, ancient high speed printers, disk packs, power supplies are available and functional for most of the machines.
Most of the systems are fully operational and will be demonstrated up and running. Interested visitors can operate machines on their own.
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