Where Have All the Mainframes and Minicomputers Gone?

March 1999
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Mar1999, Vol. 111 Issue 3, p56
Trade Publication
Focuses on the transformation of mainframes and minicomputers into servers. Definition of a server; Information on the servers from IBM; Overview of the mid-range computer market; Importance of mainframes in the automotive industry.


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