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VAX timeline 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1978 1977 1975

VAX11/780 open photo
  April 1975:
The VAX architecture committee meets for the first time.
VAX-11/780 photo
  October 1977:
Introduction of the VAX-11/780, the first member of the VAX computer family.
VMS group photo,  in the parking lot of  the Mill in Maynard, MA
  February 1978:
V1.0 of the VMS operating system ships.
VAX VMS poster
  April 1980:
VMS version 2.0 is released.
VAX-11/750 photo
  October 1980:
Introduction of the VAX-11/750.
VAX information architecture block diagram
  October 1981:
VAX information architecture is introduced.
VAX-11/730 photo
  April 1982:
The VAX-11/730 is the third -- and at the time -- the lowest cost member of the VAX family.



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