Bunker Ramo Corporation was founded by George M. Bunker and Simon Ramo in 1964, jointly owned by Martin-Marietta and Thompson Ramo Wooldridge TRW. The resulting company, Bunker-Ramo, was based in Trumbull, Connecticut. The holdings of Teleregister Corporation became part of the new company.
It became a manufacturer of military electronics devices and digital computers including the BR-133, given the military designation AN/UYK-3. It was a supplier of video display terminals to the financial industry. In 1967 the Amphenol corporation (a manufacturer of electrical connectors) merged with Bunker Ramo.
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