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IBM 3330 data storage

IBM 3330 data storage

IBM 3330 data storage
The IBM 3330 Data Storage (seen here in a design model) was a high-performance, high-capacity direct access storage subsystem for use with all IBM System/370 models as well as the IBM System/360 Model 195. Each 3330 subsystem could have from two to 16 drives, giving users up to 1.6 billion bytes of online storage. Developed and manufactured at IBM's facilities in San Jose, Calif., the 3330 was announced in 1970 and withdrawn from marketing 13 years later.