IBM, International Business Machines

1955 – The International Business Machines Development of RAMAC Technology

In 1955, the International Business Machines, more commonly known as IBM, began the development of Random Access Method of Accounting and Control (RAMAC) within an office in downtown San José, California. Over the years, as the technology developed it became known more simpler as Random Access Memory (RAM).

Philip Andrew Hamilton by one of the IBM corporate buildings in Morgan Hill, California.

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