|Manufacturer:||International Business Machines|
|Year Announced:||January, 1962|
|Year Discontinued:||July, 1969|
|Word Size:||36 bits|
|Logic Type:||SMS cards using alloy-junction transistors|
|Clock Speed:|| 2.0 µsec (basic cycle, 7094 I)|
1.4 µsec (7094 II)
|Memory Speed:||2.0 µsec|
|Physical Address Size:||15 bits (32K words)|
|Operating System:||SOS, IBSYS, IBJOB, FMS, CTSS|
It had about 1.4-2.4 time the computer power of its predecessor, the IBM 7090. It was upwardly compatible with the 7090, but did have extra index registers (going from three to seven), and hardware double-precision floating point support.
It appeared in two models: the original 7094 (sometimes known as the 7094 I); and the 7094 II, announced in May, 1963, with the first installation in April, 1964.
Total production amounted to 130 7094 I's, and 125 7094 II's.
- Charles J. Bashe, Lyle R. Johnson, John H. Palmer, Emerson W. Pugh, IBM's Early Computers, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1986