The following list Includes all general and special-purpose minicomputers for, real-time, communications, business etc., sold through QEMs, end users, and bundled for process control and testing, for example. It does not include scores of military, AT&T, European, and Japanese computers. At a later time, Tandem formed and array processing systems were developed for niche markets.
Data General, Prime
Adage, Basic 4, Computer Automation. Four Phase, General Automation, Macrodata, Microdata, Modcomp
American Computer Tech., Atron, BIT, Cascade, Compiler Systems, Computer Development Corp., Computer Logic Systems, Computer Property, Datamate, Data Technology Corp., Datac, Decade, Digital Electronics, Digital Computer Corp. (ultimately merged with DG), Digital Scientific, Dresser. Elec Engineering, rotc-Men, GRI, Hetra, Information Technology Inc., Infotronics, Linolex, Minlcomp, Monitor Data, Multidata, Nanodata, Northeast Data, Nuclear Data, Omnicomp Computer, Omnus, Redcor, Scientific Control Corp., Standard Computer Corp., Spiras Systems, TEC, Unicorn Inc., Unicornp Inc., Viatron
Interdata >Perkin Elmer, SEL> Gould
Comten > NCR, Datacraft > Harris
ASI/EMR, Schlumberger, CCC/Honeywell, DMI/Varian PDS/EAI, SDS/Xerox/Honeywell, Tempo/GTE
Digital Equipment Corporation, IBM
GE, Packard-Bell, Recomp, Victor
HP acquired Dymec
Hughes, Raytheon Texas instruments
AC Electronics, Bailey Meter, Beckman Instruments, Cincinnati Milling, Clary, Collins, EM, Fabritek, Fairchild, Foxboro, GTE, Interstate Electronics, Lockheed, International Telephone and Telegraph, Litton, Motorola Philco-Ford, RCA, Singer, Teradyne, Westinghouse
*Bell, C. Gordon, “Mini and Micro Industries”, Computer, October 1984, pp 14-30.