IBM 526 Printing Summary Punch, ca. All software free download full version. 1948, with French keyboard layout The following is a partial list of products, services, and subsidiaries of Corporation and its predecessor corporations, beginning in the 1890s. This list is; it includes, for example, the, which was not a product in the sense of offered for sale, but was a product in the sense of manufactured—produced by the labor of IBM. Several machines manufactured for the Astronomical Computing Bureau at Columbia University are included, as are some machines built only as demonstrations of IBM technology.
Missing are, products (semiconductors, for example), and supplies (punched cards, for example). These products and others are missing simply because no one has added them. IBM sometimes uses the same number for a system and for the principal component of that system. For example, the Calculating Unit is a component of the Calculating Punch. And different IBM divisions used the same model numbers; for example IBM 01 without context clues could be a reference to a keypunch or to IBM's first electric typewriter. Number sequence may not correspond to product development sequence.
For example, the 402 tabulator was an improved, modernized, 405. IBM uses two naming structures for its modern hardware products. Products are normally given a three- or four-digit machine type and a model number (can be a mix of letters and numbers). A product may also have a marketing or brand name. For instance, 2107 is the machine type for the IBM System Storage DS8000.
While the majority of products are listed here by machine type, there are instances where only a marketing or brand name is used. Care should be taken when searching for a particular product as sometimes the type and model numbers overlap. For instance the IBM storage product known as the is machine type 2105, and the IBM printing product known as the IBM Infoprint 2105 is machine type 2705, so searching for an could result in two different products—or the wrong product—being found. IBM introduced the 80-column rectangular hole punched card in 1928. Pre-1928 machine models that continued in production with the new 80-column card format had the same model number as before. Machines manufactured prior to 1928 were, in some cases, thus there existed machines with pre-1928 dates of manufacture that contain 1928 technology.
This list is organized by classifications of both machines and applications, rather than by product name. Thus some (few) entries will be duplicated. The 1420, for example, is listed both as a member of the 1401 family and as a machine for Bank and finance. IBM product names have varied over the years; for example these two texts both reference the same product. • Mechanical Key Punch, Type 1 (in Machine Methods of Accounting, IBM, 1936) • Mechanical Punch, Type 001 (in IBM Electric Punched Card Accounting Machines: Principles of Operation, IBM, 1946) This article uses the name, or combination of names, most descriptive of the product. Thus the entry for the above is • IBM 001: Mechanical Key Punch Products of can be identified by date, before 1933 when the subsidiaries were merged into IBM. Front cover of a sales catalog from January 1920.
The cover also shows scales and a portable keypunch(2nd from bottom lower left) IBM manufactured a range of clocks and other devices until 1958 when they sold the Time Equipment Division to. See: • International Time Recording Co. Catalog (1935 or earlier) • • • Typewriters and dictating equipment [ ] • — •; 1935 •, both Standard and Executive; Model A 1948, 1949, 1954, 1959, 1967 •; 1961 •: Magnetic card typewriter; 1977 •: sold to in the late 1950s • IBM Executary Model 212: dictation equipment Copier/Duplicators [ ] •; introduced 1970 •; introduced 1972 • Model 10; introduced 1976 • Model 20; introduced 1976 The IBM line of Copier/Duplicators, and their associated service contracts, were sold to in 1988. Further information: For these computers most components were unique to a specific computer and are shown here immediately following the computer entry. • Report generator for the IBM 7090 (709 PACkage) • (ATS) Online Text Entry, Editing, Processing, Storage and Retrieval • (ATMS) A CICS-based successor to ATS, ATMS served as the text entry system for STorage And Retrieval System () • (Filing Assistant, Reporting Assistant, Graphing Assistant, Writing Assistant and Planning Assistant) • • (IBM Business System 12) • (Customer Information Control System) • IBM • IBM CICS Web interpreter, • Pure Java Database Server. Now open source • Business Intelligence Suite •, backup software • (CMOD) • Relational DBMS (DataBase 2) • IBM DB2 Content Manager • • • • Distributed Office Support System • IBM Document Composition Facility (DCF), previously known as • IBM Document Library Facility (DLF) • IBM BookMaster • IBM BookManager • products, P8 Business Process Management and Enterprise Content Management ( bought by IBM) • (GDDM). • Bashe, Charles J.