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21-04-2006, 01:41 PM
what was the first processor to have a 64 data bus

21-04-2006, 01:57 PM
There was a German company called Gullbee, with an "" over the "u". It built the Gullibitron system in 1954 consisted of 64 systems with one bit paths, by the same number of EDIA cables, connected to a one central processor, called the Gulliblix.

So that would be the first system with a 64bit data path.

I know because I own the land where the former West German company, Gullbee, set up a small factory and research facility in Florida. I'm attempting to sell it because of a family illness, priced at around $14.30/acre.