Univac 1107

The UNIVAC 1107 was the first solid-state member of Sperry Univac's UNIVAC 1100 series of computers, introduced in October 1962. It was also known as the Thin-Film Computer because of its use of thin-film memory for its register storage. It was a single-address machine with up to 65,536 words of 36-bit core memory.

Only 36 were sold, one to the Metropolitan Toronto Traffic Signals department.