This is the recovered Machine Room from 2005. Please don't expect wonders. The look and feel of this site is nine years
old, and so is its code. Some of the functionality has been recovered while the rest of
the site is modernised and restructured. Watch this space!
Comart were founded and thrived in St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, England. They produced several ranges of microcomputers, mostly designed to run Digital Research CP/M family system software.
They were bought by Kode Computers and moved to Swindon, England. By a strange quirk of fate Comart occupied the former Logica VTS building where the Kennet, another significant multi-user CCP/M-86 machine had been built.
Comart broke away from Kode courtesy of a (Comart) management buy-out and resumed production in Wootton Bassett, England. By this time they may have been tailoring IBM PC/AT compatibles for multi-user use.
The eventual fate of Comart is unknown.