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      50 years ago, the System/360 mainframe helped NASA send astronauts to the Moon. #Mainframe50 #retro #computers #gaming #techvana

    • Katie North

      The IBM 360 was a revolutionary advance in computer system architecture, enabling a family of computers covering a wide range of price and performance.

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      Mainframe Turns 50 IBM System360 Launch Was Dawn of Enterprise IT - We celebrate not the 50th anniversary of the computer in general, but celebrate 50 years of unified computer enterprise architecture that revolutionized the mainframe computer

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      IBM System / 360 Model 91 mainframe computer, photograph taken by NASA sometime in the late 1960's.

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      The History of Early Computing Machines, from Ancient Times to 1981

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      IBM System/360 Model 91

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