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Transcript of Mainframe Computers
Later it was referred as IBM and the BUNCH. IBM's dominance grew out of their 700/7000 series and, later, the development of the 360 series mainframes. The latter architecture has continued to evolve into their current zSeries mainframes which, along with the then Burroughs and Sperry (now Unisys)MCP-based and OS1100 mainframes, are among the few mainframe architectures still extant that can trace their roots to this early period. An IBM mainframe computer The Evolution of the Mainframe Computers The Automated Sequence Controlled Calculator There were 13 types of Mainframe Computers. They were divided into three generations of computers. They were :
1.ENIAC - It was invented in 1942.
2. Mark 1 - It was invented in 1944.
3.BINAC - It was invented in 1949.
4. IBM 701 - It was invented in 1952.
5. UNIVAC - It was invented in 1956.
6. IBM 305 RAMAC - It was invented in 1956.
7.Whirlwind - It was invented in 1960.
8. IBM 360 - It was invented in 1963
9.IBM 370 - It was invented in 1972.
10. IBM 390 - It was invented in 1990.
11. Z-series - It was Invented in 2000.
12. z 9 - It is invented in 2006.
13. z 10 - It is invented in 2008. ENIAC MAINFRAME COMPUTERS