The digital Computer (Monotype) appears to be based on Moore Computer, designed by David Moore of Typehouse [Devroye] and released by VGC in 1968 [Splorp]. Jaspert describes it as an alphabetic extension to E 13 B (also E-13B, see MICR) by “Monotype and others”, a set of numerals and control characters “designed to meet the needs of magnetic character recognition in automatic cheque and document reading equipment.”
Appears as Moore Computer in Photoscript’s 1968 catalog and in VGC’s 1972 catalog, and as Data Process in Lettergraphics’ 1976 catalog.
Photo-Lettering’s Magnetic Ink series (various weights, with More…
Photo-Lettering’s Magnetic Ink series (various weights, with lowercase) comes close except for a few glyphs (‘O’ is unmodulated, ‘I’ has thick top and bottom etc.) A very similar typeface is shown as G. K. W. Computer in the Berthold Headlines E3 catalog, which credits the typeface to G. Kuhle Werbung, 1974.