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In 1964, mainframes weren't new, but the System/360 revolutionized the computer industry
IBM’s System/360 was a computing system that not only transformed the company that developed it, but the computer industry as a whole.
On April 7, 1964, IBM announced the System/360 -- regarded by many as the first modern mainframe. Despite repeated predictions of their demise, mainframes still power much of today's critical infrastructure.
The IBM System/360 revolutionized business computing with the first set of compatible, scalable systems
Nvidia paves the way for future photorealistic rendering on servers and workstations with announcements that include a new chip architecture, a massive graphics card, plus embedded boards and appliances.
IBM's Power architecture expands its wings to Servergy's Cleantech Server CTS-1000 blade server
The move follows Meg Whitman portraying HP as a 'paragon of stability'
The two companies work well together because they have very complimentary product portfolios, according to SAP
Server market revenue declines in the fourth quarter, but white-box server makers thrive.
Taiwanese makers of servers continue to see robust growth
Intel's Xeon E7 v2 chips will go into servers with up to 32 sockets.
Intel said its Virtual KVM Gateway is server-agnostic and can handle up to 50 sessions simultaneously.
The company said it will provide security and safety updates to all server users
Hewlett-Packard says its firware updates for servers are valuable intellectual property, and soon the company will charge for access.
There's significant pent-up demand in the U.S. and Europe for infrastructure upgrades, capacity and bandwidth investments, according to IDC