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I > ITT  > 3030


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the ITT  3030 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Sunday 14th May 2017
Helwie44 (Deutschland)
Microrechner sks (ITT3030), TA (Alphatronic P2),und mehr

Hallo wer kann mir Unterlagen und cp/m Disketten ( ev. .IMD, .RAW...) von der ITT3030 zu kommen lassen kan?
Die Maschine wurde ja von sks Steinmetz- Krischke- Systeme, Karlruhe für ITT entwickelt..
Meine kleine Sammlung:


Thursday 8th September 2016
Julio Garcia (Spain)

I just recovered my old ITT3030 from a garage where it has been sleeping for the past 25 years. Power supply was dead, and rats have done their work, but i have managed to make it boot again. I am recovering a lot of documentation, hardware schematics, software packages and manuals, I am amazed to see it work again.

Tuesday 26th June 2012
John Bacon (UK)

I worked on the early 3030 at ITT Creed in Brighton. The original machine had two 5.25 disk a Z80A with a massive (it was in those days) 64k of memory of which the bottom 4k was a PROM holding a modified version of CPM. Floppy disks with Basic, Word Star I don’t think in those days it had VisiCalc. It was first demonstrated in the UK on a Thames pleasure boat, (sorry I can’t remember the date I guess it would be 1980/81)
On this trip up and down the Thames, I demonstrated how easy it was to strip down the machine and reassemble it by saving a partly written letter, then switching the machine off taking the two floppies out then the CPU board and the display card. With the machine complete in bits I then put it back together and carried on writing the letter. In those days no other machine could do this. I believe that the 3030 was the first truly modular system.

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