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Who remembers about these memory boards?

Core memory, where data is represented by the polarity of magnetization of a tiny toroid, is developed by Jay Forrester at MIT, providing an electronic technology for computer memory that is both reliable and fast. It is adopted by IBM and other manufacturers, and remains the main memory technology until replaced by integrated circuit memories in the mid 1970s.

Magnetic cores explained

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