Computer history - 1951
Major computer events in 1951
The EDVAC begins performing basic tasks.
Other computer events in 1951
The first business computer, the LEO (Lyons Electronic Office) is completed by T. Raymond Thompson, John Simmons, and their team at Lyons Co.
The first Ferranti MARK 1 or Manchester Electronic Computer was delivered to the Manchester University in February 1951.
The first ISO is published with the title, "Standard reference temperature for industrial length measurement."
The Nimrod computer was displayed in 1951 at the Festival of Britain's Exhibition of Science.
New computer products and services introduced in 1951
UNIVAC I was introduced.
The Nixie tube is first introduced.
Computer companies founded in 1951
Sanyo was founded in 1951.
Computer company events in 1951
Geophysical Service Incorporated was renamed to Texas Instruments in 1951.
Computer pioneers born in 1951
William Stevens was born on February 5, 1951.
Dean Kamen was born on April 5, 1951.
John Doerr was born on June 29, 1951.
Dan Bricklin was born on July 16, 1951.
Samuel Palmisano was born on July 30, 1951.
Bill Atkinson was born in 1951.
Radia Perlman was born in 1951.
Wietse Venema was born in 1951.
Computer pioneer deaths in 1951
Vilhelm Bjerknes passed away on April 9, 1951 (Age: 89).