New terminal system from Control Data
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The Canberra Times, 22 February, 1972
A new user-
Known as the CDC 730 batch terminal, it will have three standard configurations -
Each has a choice of optional peripherals including card punch and reader equipment, line printers and a drum memory unit for program storage.
Control Data's Australian sales manager, Mr P. K. MacGregor, said yesterday the new 730 Series would allow easy access to the giant capacity of the CDC 6600 operated by the Data Services network.
Its compatibility would also permit all three models to be intermixed in a private network.
"The 730 Series is part of Control Data's continuing program of making available the massive power of big computers to many individuals, small companies and departmentalized large corporations", Mr MacGregor said.
"We've found that developing new ways to distribute our super-