CMoA has obtained a rare 1985 CRAY-2 supercomputer from NASA. The vintage 1985 machine was the fastest and most powerful supercomputer at the time and NASA used it for nearly a decade to simulate flight for hundreds of research aircraft at NASA’s Langley Research Center.
CMoA is open for business with pandemic health precautions in place and today announces its event line up for spring and summer 2021. All current health and safety protocols will be followed including masks, plentiful hand sanitizer, social distancing and more.
Catalyst Games facilitates friendly team building competitions among various organizations by playing games for charity. CMoA will be participating this year along with other nonprofits including Carvana and Sage Foundation.
Computer Museum of America (CMoA) is unveiling a fully restored, operational Enigma machine, beginning on September 18th. CMoA houses one of the world’s largest, most comprehensive collections of artifacts from the digital revolution, and recently reopened in Roswell, GA. Our Enigma machine is believed to be one of the only known Enigma machines in the Southeast with pedigreed papers from 1936 Germany.
CMoA will host its inaugural fundraising event, Celebrate The Launch. This event will take place on July 13, 2019 at the CMoA’s new permanent home at 5000 Commerce Parkway, Roswell, GA 30076 at 7p.m.
CMoA will host its official grand opening on Saturday, July 20, 2019 at the museum The museum opens to the public and will open Saturday at 10:00am. Operating hours are 10:00am to 5:00pm.