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Univac

Univac was the "business" computer division of Remington Rand formed by the purchase of the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation in 1950.
In 1953 or 1954 Remington Rand merged their tabulating machine division in Norwalk, Connecticut, the ERA "scientific" computer division, and the Univac "business" computer division into a single division under the Univac name.
In 1955 Remington Rand merged with Sperry Corporation to become Sperry Rand. The Univac division of Remington Rand was renamed Sperry Univac.
In 1978 Sperry Rand decided to concentrate on its computing interests and unrelated divisions were sold. The company dropped the Rand from its title and reverted back to Sperry Corporation.
In 1986 Sperry Corporation was purchased by Burroughs Corporation to become Unisys.

Perhaps their best remembered machines are the Univac 1100 series.

UNIVACĀ® has been, over the years, a registered trademark of Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, Remington Rand Corporation, Sperry Rand Corporation, Sperry Corporation, and Unisys Corporation.
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1100 Series

[0]1107
[0]1108
[0]1108 II
[0]1106
[0]1110

Military Series

[0]AN/USQ-17
[0]AN/USQ-20
[0]AN/UYK-8
[-1]UNIVAC 1218

File Computer Series

[0]File 0
[0]File 1
[0]File 2

Solid State Series

[0]Solid State 80
[0]Solid State 90
[0]STEP

UNIVAC I Series

[0]UNIVAC I
[0]UNIVAC II
[0]UNIVAC III