After quitting the NPL, he joined the Computing Machine Laboratory and designed the Ferranti Mark I, which is considered to be the first electronic digital computer to be commercially available.
What does EDC stand for?
EDC stands for Electronic Digital Computer
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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We have 361 other meanings of EDC in our Acronym Attic
- Electricidad de Caracas (Venezuela electric company)
- Electron Devices Conference (IEEE)
- Electronic Damper Control (automotive system)
- Electronic Data Capture (for use in clinical trials)
- Electronic Data Confirmation
- Electronic Data Control
- Electronic Debit Card
- Electronic Design Center
- Electronic Devices and Circuits
- Electronic Diesel Control
- Electronic Discharge Laser
- Electronic Dispersion Compensation
- Electronic Document Coordinator
- Electronic Draft Capture
- Electronic Drag Torque Control (Opel)
- Emballage Diffusion Création (French packaging manufacturer)
- Emergency Decontamination Center
- Emergency Dispatch Center (various locations)
- Emmanuel Duclos Conseil (French consulting firm)
- Employee Dependent Care
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Bright Boys Tom Green [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A writer, producer and playwright tells the story of the first real-time, electronic digital computer and the people who created it.
He describes the events and actions of these men--including Jay Wright Forrester and Robert Everett--that led to the development of an electronic digital computer that could control other machines and processes, the process of engineering multiple electronic systems into a single system, the modular construction of computers, the invention of the modem, computer memory, the development of software programming, military technology like the Semi-Automatic Ground Environment system, and other achievements.
Iowa professor John Atonasoff designs the first working model of on electronic digital computer, using vacuum tubes.
It was "the first sales brochure ever published for an electronic digital computer.
A Forward Repair Activity in Germany, headed by Richard Pryor, electronic digital computer mechanic supervisor, handles all health facilities in Europe.
1937-1942 - John Atanasoff develops the Atanasoff-Berry Computer, or ABC, the first electronic digital computer.
Gustafson was also recently recognized for his work on replicating the first fully-operational electronic digital computer, the Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC).