Updated: 09/15/2017 by Computer Hope
Name: James Wares Bryce
Born: September 5, 1880, in New York City, USA
Death: 1949 (Age: 69)
- One of the most prolific inventors, credited with more than 500 U.S. and foreign patents.
- Worked for the Computing Tabulating Recording Company (later known as IBM) in 1917 as supervising Engineer of the division that developed time recording machines.
- In 1946 Bryce designed the first commercial electronic multiplier using vacuum tubes, which IBM marketed as the IBM 603.