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IBM System/3X - Series
... IBM System/32, released 1975 IBM System/34, released 1978 IBM System/36, released 1983 IBM System/38, released 1979 ...
English Electric System 4
... The English Electric (later ICL) System 4 was a mainframe computer introduced in the mid-1960s ... It was derived from the RCA Spectra 70 range, itself a variant of the IBM System 360 architecture ... The models in the range included the System 4-10, 4-30, 4-50 (practically the same as the RCA 70/45), 4-70 (designed in English Electric) and 4-75 ...
History Of IBM - Chronology - 1960–1968: The System/360 Era - Key Events
... 1961 IBM 7030 Stretch IBM delivers its first 7030 Stretch supercomputer ... Watson Research Center IBM moves its research headquarters from Manhattan to Westchester County, NY, opening the Thomas J ... Watson Research Center which remains IBM's largest research facility, centering on semiconductors, computer science, physical science and mathematics ...
Logical Partition (virtual Computing Platform) - Hardware Partitioning
... On IBM mainframes, LPARs are managed by the PR/SM facility ... IBM mainframes operate exclusively in LPAR mode, even when there is only one partition on a machine ... On IBM System P Power hardware, LPARs are managed by the Power Hypervisor ...
IBM System Cluster 1350
... The IBM Intelligent Cluster is a cluster solution for High-performance computing composed primarily of IBM System x, IBM BladeCenter and IBM System Storage components integrated with network switches from ... The solution was previously known as the IBM System Cluster 1350, and before that IBM eServer 1350 or e1350 ... updated to include the then-current products from IBM and other vendors ...

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