Dynalogic DMS-8 Microcomputer

Dublin Core

Title

Dynalogic DMS-8 Microcomputer

Subject

hardware: microcomputer microcomputer

Description

The Dynalogic Microcomputer Systems (DMS-8).
The museum has:
  • DMS-8 model 7042B, serial number (?)
  • DMS-8 model 7042C, serial number (?)
  • DMS-8 model 7082, serial number 7813350.
Dynalogic DMS-8 series computers were Motorola 6800-based CPU units with two built in 8" floppy drives. They operated under a sophisticated proprietary DYNAMO operating system (designed by Donald C. Lindsay) . The first DMS-8 was delivered to Algonquin College of Technology in Ottawa in fall of 1976. Other DMS systems were sold in Canada, the U.S., and Europe.

Creator

Dynalogic Corporation

Date

1976

Relation

Dynalogic collection

Format

Hardware

Type

Hardware

Identifier

H.32

Coverage

Canada, US, Europe

Contribution Form

Online Submission

No

Files

DMS8_small.jpg

Citation

Dynalogic Corporation, “Dynalogic DMS-8 Microcomputer,” York University Computer Museum Canada, accessed December 6, 2021, https://museum.eecs.yorku.ca/items/show/54.

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