List of UNIVAC products

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This is a list of UNIVAC products. It ends in 1986, the year that Sperry Corporation merged with Burroughs Corporation to form Unisys as a result of a very hostile takeover bid [1] launched by Burrough's CEO W. Michael Blumenthal[2][circular reference].

The Remington Rand years (1950 to 1955)[edit]

Calculating devices[edit]

Computer systems[edit]



Display and print[edit]

Offline tape handling units[edit]

The Sperry Rand years (1955 to 1978)[edit]

Calculating devices[edit]

Computer systems[edit]

Embedded systems[edit]

Word machines[edit]

Variable word length machines[edit]

Byte machines[edit]

These machines implemented a variant of the IBM System/360 architecture



Display and print[edit]


  • UNIVAC BP - Buffer Processor; used as communications front-end to 418 and 490
  • UNIVAC CTMC - Communications Terminal Module Controller
  • UNIVAC GCS - General Communications System


Operating systems and system software[edit]

Utilities, languages, and development aids[edit]

This is too small a list.

Program Code Notes
CALL Macro Processor CALL
Conversational TimeSharing CTS
Univac Text Editor ED
Full-Screen Editor FSED
Interactive Processing Facility IPF
Logically Integrated FORTRAN Translator LIFT
Symbolic Stream Generator SSG
Table of Contents Editor TOCED Edits table pf contents, privileged users can read the master file directory and interface with the print system.[11]
Transaction Interface Package TIP
Client Server Development UTS-400 COBOL
MAPPER (Software) MAPPER 4GL [12]
Programming Language for UNISYS Systems PLUS
Master File Directory MFD
SX1100 SX1100 UNIX on Exec8, OS1100 and OS2200
CS1100 CS1100 Communications Simulator
Traffic Control Language TCL


The Sperry Corporation years (1978 to 1986)[edit]

  • UNIVAC 90/25
  • UNIVAC 90/30
  • UNIVAC 90/40
  • UNIVAC 90/60
  • UNIVAC 90/70
  • UNIVAC 90/80


  1. ^ Article regarding the hostile takeover in The New York Times
  2. ^ Article on Wikipedia on the Sperry Corporation
  3. ^ J. E. Thornton; M. Macaulay; D. H. Toth (1958). "The Univac® M-460 computer". Proceedings of the May 6-8, 1958, Western Joint Computer Conference: Contrasts in Computers. Association for Computing Machinery: 70–74. doi:10.1145/1457769.1457791. Retrieved 24 May 2019.
  4. ^
  5. ^ "UNIVAC 422". Archived from the original on 2017-06-27. Retrieved 2018-09-20.
  6. ^ Weik, Martin H. (Jan 1964). "UNIVAC 422 TRNG COMP". A Fourth Survey of Domestic Electronic Digital Computing Systems. Archived from the original on 2018-05-23. Retrieved 2018-09-20.
  7. ^ K, Special (1 October 2008). "Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) - fly me to the Moon". TO THE MOON, MARS, AND BEYOND. Archived from the original on 2018-09-20. Retrieved 2018-09-20.
  8. ^ Weik, Martin H. (Jan 1964). "UNIVAC DIG TRNR". A Fourth Survey of Domestic Electronic Digital Computing Systems. Archived from the original on 2018-05-23. Retrieved 2018-09-20.
  9. ^ Haga, Enoch J. (November 1962). "Understanding Automation: PREP FOR COMPUTER TRAINING". The Journal of Business Education. 38 (2): 70. doi:10.1080/08832323.1962.10116580. ISSN 0021-9444.
  10. ^ "CSDL | IEEE Computer Society" (PDF). Archived (PDF) from the original on 2018-05-13. Retrieved 2018-05-13.
  11. ^ "A Collection of Utility Processors and Libraries for Unisys 2200 ClearPath Mainframes". Leist. Archived from the original on 30 July 2016. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  12. ^ "MAPPER", Wikipedia, date

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