Camillo Olivetti

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Camillo Olivetti

Camillo Olivetti (August 1868 in Ivrea, Piedmont, Italy – December 1943 in Biella, Italy) was an Italian electrical engineer and founder of Olivetti & Co., SpA., the Italian manufacturer of computers, printers and other business machines.[1] The company was later run by his son Adriano.

Olivetti M40 typewriter (1930), designed by Camillo Olivetti with Gino Levi Martinoli (Museo nazionale della scienza e della tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, Milan).

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