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Tymshare was an early computer services company, founded in 1966, which sold access to time-sharing systems (initially for engineers at aerospace companies). To start with, they had an SDS 940, on which they ran derivatives of the Berkeley Timesharing System. Later, Tymshare started TYMNET.

See also

Further reading

  • Nathan Gregory, The Tym Before, Lulu, 2018

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