PERM (computer)

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PERM or German: Programmierbare (Programmgesteuerte) Elektronische Rechenanlage München, lit. 'Munich Programmable (Program Controlled) Electronic Computing System',[1] is a stored-program-controlled electronic computer, built in Munich under the auspices of Hans Piloty and Robert Sauer 1952-1956.[2] Some jokingly called it "Pilotys erstes RechenMonster" (Piloty's first calculating monster). It weighed several tons.[3]

The machine is now displayed in the informatics (computer science) exhibition of the Deutsches Museum München.

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  1. ^ "Programmgesteuerte Elektronische Rechenanlage Munchen %28German%3A Munich Program Controlled Electronic Computing System%3B Munich%2C Germany%29 %28PERM%29 - Definition by AcronymFinder". www.acronymfinder.com.
  2. ^ "COMPUTERS, OVERSEAS: 1. PERM (Technische Hochschule München)". Digital Computer Newsletter. 8 (2): 11. Apr 1956.
  3. ^ "The computing giant". www.150.tum.de.

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