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=Brief History=
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AT&T, originally known as American Telephone & Telegraph, started as a part of the Bell Patent Association, a legal entity to protect Alexander Graham Bell's patents on communications technology, but also was, starting in the 1980's a provider of computer systems and equipment manufactured by other manufacturers such as [[Samsung]], [[NEC]], Unisys, Convergent Technologies, and many others.  In 1991 and until 1997, they acquired National Cash Register/[[NCR]] and produced desktops and laptops under the AT&T and NCR brands for a time.
  
 
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* [[AT&T 6386 WGS]]
 
* [[AT&T 6386 WGS]]
 
* [[AT&T PC 6300]]
 
* [[AT&T PC 6300]]
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* [[AT&T Safari]]
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* [[AT&T Safari 3150]]
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* [[AT&T Safari 3181]]
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* [[AT&T Safari 3151]]
 
* [[AT&T Globalyst 200]]
 
* [[AT&T Globalyst 200]]
 
* [[AT&T Globalyst 250]]
 
* [[AT&T Globalyst 250]]

Revision as of 16:43, 27 December 2021

Brief History

AT&T, originally known as American Telephone & Telegraph, started as a part of the Bell Patent Association, a legal entity to protect Alexander Graham Bell's patents on communications technology, but also was, starting in the 1980's a provider of computer systems and equipment manufactured by other manufacturers such as Samsung, NEC, Unisys, Convergent Technologies, and many others. In 1991 and until 1997, they acquired National Cash Register/NCR and produced desktops and laptops under the AT&T and NCR brands for a time.

Products

UNIX Systems

PC Systems

Components