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Honeywell DDP516

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HONEYWELL DDP 516

                              The DDP 516 computer was originally designed by

"Computer Control Company Inc”, who were bought

                                                   out by Honeywell in 1966.


                              The application for which the DDP 516 is best known

                                                           is in the origins of the internet “ARPA net”.

                                They were used as the main computer to create a

                                                            "Interface Message Processors" or IMP.