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  • CMMP 2012 FLASH3 CM CIRCLE3 site multimedia
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Welcome to CM-Media Productions

CM-Media Productions work with a unique blend of networking, web development, and audio/video multimedia.

Drawing on this wealth of experience we can offer you an array of services to suit your needs. We're a small outfit, but we're always working to improve our techniques and services.

 
 

    • Multimedia Design and Development



    • Multimedia integration into your website
    • Video Production
    • Animation
    • Graphics
    • Print services: vinyl vector work and sublimation technologies.
     

    • Networking and Information Technology



    • Wire your business
    • Supply Servers and Clients
    • Design and Supply of Multimedia Systems
    • Installation of networks for any small to medium sized business.
     
  • CMMP 2012 FLASH3 CM CIRCLE3 site networking

      Website Design and Development



    • Multi-domain servers providing promotional and multimedia websites
    • Email and Groupdware Solutions
    • Simple Page Websites
    • Complex Database Driven Content Management
    • Whatever your need, we can provide a tailor-made solution.
     
  • CMMP 2012 FLASH3 CM CIRCLE3 site networking

      Custom Graphics and Icons



    • Image Gallery optimisation
    • HTML5 and Flash Design and configuration
    • W3C XHTML, CSS, HTML5 compliant mark-up where required
    • MySQL and PHP administration
    • Search Engine Optimisation
    • Website Audio/Video integration
    • And more...
     

We live at an amazing moment in the history of mankind

Written by jay.

We live at an amazing moment in the history of mankind.

During the last 33 years, computer technology has grown from the stuff of B movie science fiction films of the 1960's to the single most important technology that mankind has ever developed.

The founders of CM-Media Productions have been privileged to experience the birth of this evolution and to grow up with it. Over the years we have always pushed the boundaries of computer technology.

  • The following images document
    the evolution of computing
    and
    the birth of Multimedia.

  • CMMP have owned all
    of the following systems

    (except the mainframe!)

     
  • 0.ibm 3090 mainframe
  • 2.UK101
  • 1.sinclair zx80
  • 3.video genie
  • 4.BBC Micro
  • 11.ibmpc
  • 7.Atari 800
  • 9.Vector4
  • 10.Atari 800XL
  • 5.comodore c64
  • 4-5 appleiie
  • 12.ibmpcat
  • 6.Atari-st
  • 8.comodore amagia
  • 14.ibm pc portable
  • 15.ibm ps2
  • 155.ibm ps2 35
  • 156.ibm-ps2-model80
  • 157 ibm ps2 P70
  • 158 ibm thinkpad700
  • 159.compaqdeskpro2000x
  • 16.ibm s50
  • 17.multi-media-pc-1
  • 18.multi-media-macpro
  • 19.Apple Macbook Pro
  • 1975 - IBM Mainframe Computer
  • 1979 - UK-101 - Kit Computer - 8 BIT 6502 CPU @ 1 Mhz / 8K RAM
  • 1980 - Sinclair ZX80 - 8 BIT Z80 CPU @ 3.25 Mhz / 1K RAM
  • 1981 - Video Genie - 8 BIT Z80 CPU @ 1.76 Mhz / 48K RAM
  • 1982 - BBC Computer - 8 BIT 6502 @ 2Mhz / 32K RAM
  • 1982 - IBM PC - 8 BIT 8088 CPU @ 4.77Mhz / 256K RAM
  • 1983 - ATARI 800 - 8 BIT 6502C CPU @ 1.7Mhz / 48K RAM
  • 1983 - Vector 4 - 8 BIT Z80C + 8088 (2 CPU's) @ 6Mhz / 265K RAM
  • 1984 - ATARI 800 XL - 8 BIT 6502C @ 1.7Mhz / 64K
  • 1984 - Commodore C64 - 8 BIT 6510 CPU @ 1Mhz / 32K RAM
  • 1985 - Apple IIe - 8 BIT 65C02 CPU @ 1Mhz / 64K RAM
  • 1985 - IBM AT - 16 Bit 80286 CPU @ 8Mhz / 640K RAM
  • 1986 - ATARI ST 1024 - 16 BIT 68000 CPU @ 8Mhz / 1024K (1MB) RAM
  • 1987 - Commodore Amiga - 16 BIT 68000 CPU @ 7Mhz / 512K
  • 1987 - IBM PC Convertible - 16 Bit 80c88 CPU @ 4.77Hmz / 640K RAM
  • 1988 - IBM Model 30 - 286 16 BIT CPU @ 10 Mhz / 1 MB RAM
  • 1989 - IBM Model 55 - 386SX 16 BIT CPU @ 12 Mhz / 4 MB RAM
  • 1990 - IBM Model 80 - 386DX 32 BIT CPU @ 33Mhz / 8MB RAM
  • 1991 - IBM P75 - 486 32 BIT CPU @ 33Mhz / 16 MB RAM
  • 1992 - IBM Thinkpad700 - 486SLC 32 BIT CPU @ 66Mhz / 16 MB RAM
  • 1997 - Compaq DeskPro 4000 - Pentium II 32 BIT CPU @ 233 Mhz / 64MB RAM
  • 2003 - IBM S50 - Pentium 4 32 BIT CPU @ 3 Ghz / 2GB RAM
  • 2005 - MultiMedia PC - Pentium 4 64 Bit CPU @ 3.2 Ghz / 4GB RAM
  • 2010 - Apple Mac Pro - Quad Core i7 64 Bit CPU's @ 2.8 Ghz / 16GB RAM
  • 2012 - Apple MacBook Pro - 4 core i5 CPU @ 2.4 Ghz / 8 GB RAM

"As a child I was introduced to the massive mainframe computers used by my dads company. I became fascinated with this ‘digital brain’ and spent many a Saturday morning sat in front of a huge CRT screen playing 0’s and X’s, but I wanted to know more. By the age of 13 I had built my first computer. A UK101, A simple 8 bit processor and 8K of memory bought as a kit, which needed soldering together. Which meant understanding at a logic level how computer circuits worked. From that moment I followed computing very closely, updating and replacing my computers as each new technology evolved."

 

The UK101 was followed by a Video Genie - the worlds first clone computer. Then came a Commodore Vic20 and C64 and the Legendary BBC Computer. The 8 bit CPUs moved to 16 bits and along came the Atari ST, the Commodore Amiga.

These early 16bit computers where important in computing history. For the first time you could write music using totally new synthesised sounds and create amazing color images in hundreds of colours. The computer became a tool of art, be it visual or aural.