xt/370 e-mail problem and stacked memory chips illustrated
Billy.Pettit at wdc.com
Mon Apr 16 17:05:22 CDT 2007
Al Kossow wrote:
CHM has an Amdahl 470 and a Siemens 4004 (RCA Spectra).
There were lots of people who built byte-oriented machines with instruction
sets similar to the 360 and I know there are people who have Interdata, and
Univac 9x00 machines. Memorex built a 16 bit 360 like machine, and I have
docs and software for that.
The artifacts of these sorts of machines haven't been preserved very well.
for Burroughs, Univac and NCR (business as opposed to scientific computers).
Anything in the Museum on the CDC Omega series? These were true IBM 360/370
campatibles, ran IBM software. And of course there are the infamous systems
from Hitachi that actually worked on stolen microcode from IBM.
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