Content Courtesy of the Computer History Museum.
Wisconsin Integrated Synchronous Computer (WISC)
* Designed by Gene Amdahl in 1950 to perform calcuations for his Physics Ph.D.
* Building Completed in 1955 by the Electrical Engineering Dept.
* Could perform 60 operations per second (0.000001 MHz).
* Now at the Computer History Museum, Moffett Field, Mountain View, CA.