|Feb. 11, 1965|| IBM introduces the 1130 (Models A1, A2, B1 and B2).
Also announced is the IBM 1132 printer, the lowest online computer printer ever announced by IBM at that time.
|Fourth Quarter 1965||First customer shipments begin from the San Jose plant.|
|August 9, 1966||IBM rolls out the 1130 synchronous communications adapter, which permits the small 1130 system to be connected by regular leased telephone lines to, and function as a communications terminal for, any model of the IBM System/360.|
|April 17, 1967||A four-way expansion of the 1130 is announced (Models B3, C2, C3, D2 and D3), involving:|
|January 1968||First shipments begin of the 1130 Models B3, C2, C3, D2 and D3.|
|July 1968||The Boca Raton plant begins shipping the 1130.|
|July 22, 1971||1130 Models 4A and 4B are introduced at new levels of economy.|
|September 1971||First customer shipments begin of the 1130 Model 4.|
|May 31, 1972||Models 1C, 1D, 5B, 5C and 5D are announced.|