Archer enters the M-9 Data Processing Unit room.

The central archive of the M-9 Data Processing Unit.

The M-9 Data Processing Unit is a mainframe computer used by the Soviet Army located at a base hidden within the Siberian region of the Soviet Union. It is primarily used for data storage and processing.

Accessing the Unit[edit | edit source]

While sabotaging the communications tower located near the Soviet base, Cate Archer found a letter from Corporal Butsenko to Lieutenant Guniko requesting access to the M-9 Data Processing Unit in the Main Records Building in order to report for duty to his new assignment with Project: Omega. But he could not gain the security clearance without access to the M-9 Data Processing Unit, but no one could grant him access to the computer. Lt. Guniko responded that he could grant access to the M-9 Processing Unit, once Corporal Butsenko had been granted access.

UNITY's Response[edit | edit source]

Once Archer was able to infiltrate the Main Records Building, she discovered that there were two items she needed in order to access the M-9 Data Processing Unit. The first was a Computer Vacuum Tube (found in the basement) and the M-9 Security Code. Once she finds these items and visits the M-9 Data Processing Unit room, she quickly discovers that the room transforms into an elevator taking her up to the central archive. Within the archives she can enter in numbers randomly to the M-9 Processing Unit or she can locate a letter with the code for Project: Omega.

After Archer has escaped with the information on Project: Omega, Bruno Lawrie has the UNITY Intercept Team parachute in to conduct a raid on the base. Their goal is to set Explosives and destroy the M-9 Data Processing Unit.

This mission to destroy the computer is in the co-op mission The Super Computer.

Information on Project: Omega[edit | edit source]

The following information was found on tape 689 in the central archives.

Data found on the M-9 Data Processing Unit[edit | edit source]

Archer found the following entries on the M-9 Data Processing Unit by typing in numbers randomly.

See Also[edit | edit source]

External link[edit | edit source]

Mainframe computer on Wikipedia

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