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Mar 26, 2014

’Archive/Those Were The Days ...’
page of the site has been provided with the following material:

- Memories of Working for NCR. 1966-1973.

My “Thank you” for the material provided goes to Tim Churchill.

 

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Welcome!

As far as I know, this is the first site on the Net, ever created, which is dedicated to the NCR computers of the 20th Century. It’s a great pity that thousands of people who programmed, maintained and operated the NCR computers, have little possibility, if any, to find related materials on the Net easily and free. At least it was not so easy for me while surfing the Net, when I decided to find something about ‘my NCR computers’, to refresh my memory. Time flies very fast ...
This is not an official site, and is not created or endorsed by the NCR. Most of the information on this site is based on the memories of the author and represents my personal recollections and opinions. While every care has been taken in the compilation of the information contained herein, The Core Memory gives no guarantee as to its currency, accuracy, completeness or quality. The Core Memory expressly reserves the right to make changes to this website or parts thereof without notice. The Core Memory has no control over and can therefore give no guarantee as to the currency, accuracy, completeness or quality of the contents of any third party materials that are introduced herein. Image files are the property of the noted contributor and also cannot be duplicated or distributed without prior written consent. The author trusts that any unintended breach of copyright will be notified to him so that due acknowledgment can be made or the copyright material removed.

Special thanks to those of you, who made their contributions to the site.

Aleksandrs Guba
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Now These Days Are Gone

Our New Low-Cost NCR 299 Electronic Accounting System

EASY INVESTMENT - Best of all, the NCR 299 is easyNCR 299 to own. Basic system costs $7,250. Installation is easy, too. And, deliveries have already begun. These are only a few of the highlights of the new NCR 299.

For more information on how our powerful little system can handle your specific requirements, phone your local NCR office.

Or write to 299 Systems, NCR, Dayton, Ohio 45479. Ask about “The Easy One.” Complete Computer Systems

Modular. Flexible. Powerful. Often used phrases with today’s accounting computers. While our new 299 system is all these - and more, we call it simply “The Easy One.”

Here’s why.

EASY COMPUTATION - The NCR 299 performs all electronic accounting functions. PLUS it has the power to make computer decisions. Stores alpha and numeric information. And it never forgets, even if the power is off.

EASY PROGRAMMING - All that’s needed to encode a program is a pen. Program can be modified any time, anywhere. No program panel needed. Simply insert program card. “The Easy One” does the rest.

 

The NCR 399 is all the mini-computer you’ll ever need

That’s because the “399” meets all the individualNCR 399 needs of your office today— and for the future. The same system that does your ledgers, payroll and other general accounting jobs also can handle full computing applications. Like communications. Or serving as a satellite for a big computer system.

You won’t have to change your ways of doing business to fit around the “399,” either. Because the “399” adapts to your office. It does the job the way you want it done.

And with the NCR 399 you get more than just a flexible system. You get the NCR experience and knowledge that’s been helping businesses like yours for more than 87 years. Plus the solid support of thousands of NCR sales and service personnel worldwide to help you get the most from your mini-computer.

For more information on why the NCR 399 is the only mini-computer your business will need, phone your local NCR office.

Or write to “399” Systems, NCR, Dayton, Ohio 45479. Complete Computer Systems

 

Meet the newest NCR minicomputer system

Now, savings & loan associations can have theNCR 8250 high-level processing capabilities of a computer without a large computer investment. The 8250 is the latest in a series of powerful NCR minicomputers that offer interactive capabilities and exceptional upward compatibility. It’s a small, versatile system that provides big system efficiency and a greater processing range than any other minicomputer its size.

The basic 8250 system includes an operator’s CRT terminal, processor with integrated disk unit, and matrix printer. Yet, only 36 square feet of space is required, so installation can be completed in most office environments.

What’s more, the 8250 is ready to go with MOST— Mini Online System Technique—application software with all the online capability available to any association, regardless of size.

Extensive capabilities plus low cost mean that your return on investment is practically assured. The 8250 meets today’s system requirements and can be expanded to fill tomorrow’s growing needs.

For more information about the small but mighty NCR 8250, contact your local representative.

Or write Financial Systems, NCR Corporation, Box 606, Dayton, Ohio, 45401. Complete Systems.

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