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    IBM Enterprise Class

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    The IBM 6400



    IBM 360

    IBM Mainframe Computers.

    IBM 3081.

    First IBM PC

    IBM S/390

    IBM 1401

    150 Extra IBM Engineers

    The IBM mainframes goes the way of the dinosaurs at NASA

    709 Data Processing System control panel The IBM 709 was the last of IBM’s large, scientific, vacuum-tube computers. Ease of programming and high-speed input/output were distinctive features. IBM announced a transistor-based successor in late 1958.

    IBM Sequoia, the Fastest

    IBM’s Gene Amdahl was named manager of architecture for their new System/360 family of mainframe computers. The System/360, announced in April of 1964, became IBM's most profitable product and Amdahl a legendary figure in the industry. Amdahl’s initial S/360 architecture influenced generations of later IBM mainframes, including some available today.

    IBM ESA/390

    The early days of computing - Kind of fun to be doing mainframe computing and hearing all of my older co-workers talk about the boom days of IBM and the mainframe.

    IBM's Mainframe Computer Circa 1970