Computer History - 1963

Updated: 05/05/2017 by Computer Hope

Major computer events in 1963

The American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) is developed to standardize data exchange among computers.

Other computer events in 1963

Seymour Cray states a similar, simplified version of Grosch's Law in August of 1963.

On December 7, 1963 during an Army-Navy football game on CBS the first instant replay is shown on TV.

New computer products and services introduced in 1963

Bell Telephone introduces the push button telephone November 18, 1963.

The software program SketchPad written by Ivan Sutherland is introduced.

While at NASA, Steve Papell develops Ferrofluid.

Computer companies founded in 1963

IEEE is founded

Computer pioneers born in 1963

Bruce SchneierBruce Schneier is born January 15, 1963

Jane Jensen is born January 28, 1963

Tedd Waitt is born January 18, 1963

Molly Holzschlag is born January 25, 1963

Jen-Hsun Huang is born February 17, 1963

Regina Dugan is born March 19, 1963

Garry Kasparov is born April 13, 1963

Kevin Mitnick is born August 6, 1963

Andrew Sullivan is born August 10, 1963

Dick Costolo is born September 10, 1963

Hans Reiser is born December 19, 1963

Steve Dorner is born in 1963

David Baszucki is born in 1963

Computer pioneer deaths in 1963

Clifford BerryClifford Berry passes away October 30, 1963 (Age: 45)

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