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Beginning in the late sixties continuing in late nineties there were development of IBM compatible terminal system under the brand Alfaskop. At the beginning the terminals were compatible with the IBM 2260, but the later models were 3270 compaible. The System 41 depicted above were actually a entire system that could either run various terminal emulation software or a be used as a personal computer running UCSD p-System.

The development took placed under many different companies ownership. It started in ITT owned SRT (Standard Radio och Telefon) and then transfered into Stansaab onto Datasaab, which then was bought by Ericsson. Ericsson sold the division to Nokia that sold it to ICL and then it ended up with computer terminal manufacturer Wyse who closed down operation in 1998.

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