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1969 Formed after the merger of [[GEC]] and [[English Electric Co]]. Marconi-Elliott Computer Systems incorporated parts of [[Elliott Space and Weapons Automation]] and Marconi and [[GEC-Elliott Automation]]<ref>The Times, 9 May 1969</ref>. It was to be a company a company outside the divisional structure, responsible for development of computers for non-data processing applications, including the existing Elliott 900 and Marconi Myriad computers; the English Electric 2140 and AEI Com-Pac computers would remain in production by the appropriate [[GEC-Elliott Automation]] businesses<ref>The Times, May 9, 1969</ref>
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1969 Formed after the merger of [[GEC]] and [[English Electric Co]]. Marconi-Elliott Computer Systems incorporated parts of [[Elliott Space and Weapons Automation]] and [[Marconi Co|Marconi]] and [[GEC-Elliott Automation]]<ref>The Times, 9 May 1969</ref>. It was to be a company a company outside the divisional structure, responsible for development of computers for non-data processing applications, including the existing Elliott 900 and Marconi Myriad computers; the English Electric 2140 and AEI Com-Pac computers would remain in production by the appropriate [[GEC-Elliott Automation]] businesses<ref>The Times, May 9, 1969</ref>
  
 
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1969 Formed after the merger of GEC and English Electric Co. Marconi-Elliott Computer Systems incorporated parts of Elliott Space and Weapons Automation and Marconi and GEC-Elliott Automation[1]. It was to be a company a company outside the divisional structure, responsible for development of computers for non-data processing applications, including the existing Elliott 900 and Marconi Myriad computers; the English Electric 2140 and AEI Com-Pac computers would remain in production by the appropriate GEC-Elliott Automation businesses[2]

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  1. The Times, 9 May 1969
  2. The Times, May 9, 1969