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MCM/70 computer manufactured by Micro Computer Machines, Toronto, Canada in the mid 1970s.

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Howard Franklin reconnecting the boards of his MIL MF8008-based hobby microcomputer which he constructed in 1974.

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The CPS-1 computer was developed by Micosystems International Ltd. (MIL) of Ottawa between 1972 and 1973. The CPS-1 was powered by Canada's first microprocessor— the MIL 7114. The CPS-1 emulator was developed at York University Computer Museum…

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Digital image used to advertise "The Portraits of Digital Canada" exhibit at York University.

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Promotional brochure of actuarial software.

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MCM/800 computer manufactured by Micro Computer Machines in the second half of 1970s.

MCM_Kingston.jpg
photograph of Micro Computer Machines manufacturing facility in Kingston, ON

Mers Kutt
Photographs of former employees of Micro Computer Machines: Andre Arpin, Ted Edwards, Mers Kutt, Jose Laraya, and Gord Ramer,.

Key-Cassette
prototypes of the MCM/70 computer
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