PERM (computer)

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Programmierbare Elektronische Rechenmaschine München or PERM is a stored-program-controlled electronic computer Munich, built under the auspices of Hans Piloty and Robert Sauer 1952-1956. Some jokingly called it "Pilotys erstes RechenMonster" (Piloty's first calculating monster.)

The machine is now displayed in the informatics (computer science) exhibition of the Deutsches Museum München.