The NORD-1 was a 16-bit minicomputer by Norsk Data, designed in 1967. The first machines were delivered to customers in 1968. The NORD-1 could have from
4K to 64K 16-bit words of core memory. The NORD-1 came equipped as standard with floating point hardware support. It did not initially have support for Virtual Memory, but VM was added as an option by Norsk Data in 1969.
32-bit floating point
16 interrupt levels
In 1969 a NORD-1 was used in the world's first radar-based anti-collision system on the Wilh. Wilhelmsen ship M/S Taimyr.