Computing Devices International

Computing Devices of Canada Limited was founded in 1948 by two Polish immigrants to Canada, George Glinski and Joe Norton.

Computing Devices began in a small building on the western edge of downtown Ottawa and remained in that area. In the late 1950s the company became affiliated with the Bendix Corporation, and when this company was acquired by Control Data Corporation became a division of Control Data Canada. At a later date it became a wholly owned subsidiary of Ceridian Corporation.

The company played a part in the early Head Up Display history and in the mid 50’s was an agent for Elliott Bros in Canada

In January 1998 General Dynamics Corp. acquired Computing Devices International from Ceridian HCM, Inc. for $600 million.

Computing Devices International has a business focussed on computer integrated systems design.