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IBM Mainframe at the Senegal Ministry of Finance
Date added: 2011-05-16
Mamadou Ndiaye, Country General Manager, IBM Senegal (left) and Simon Pierre Thiaw, CIO Senegal Customs Directorate, with the IBM mainframe system at the Senegal Ministry of Finance.
Mamadou Ndiaye with an IBM Mainframe at the Senegal Ministry of Finance
Date added: 2011-05-16
Mamadou Ndiaye, Country General Manager, IBM Senegal with the IBM mainframe system installed at the Customs Directorate, Senegal Ministry of Finance.
IBM zEnterprise and IBM 1401
Date added: 2011-02-15
IBM mainframe computers have provided the technology backbone for businesses requiring secure systems for processing massive amounts of data, which includes transactions from ATMs, medical records and stocks. Pictured below, the IBM 1401 -- introduced 1959 -- was one of the first computers to run completely on transistors, not vacuum tubes. Dave Michlowski, top photo, IBM employee, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., installs a new component into IBM's newest zEnterprise, which has over 50,000 times more processing capability than the IBM 1401. (Feature Photo Service for IBM, Bob Goldberg)
Date added: 2010-09-01
IBM zEnterprise System Mainframe: World's Fastest Microprocessors - IBM technician Asia Dent, Poughkeepsie, tests the world's fastest microprocessor, made in New York and shipping to clients on Sept. 10. The heart of IBM's new zEnterprise System mainframes, the new chip helps deliver world-record speed (5.2 GHz) as the world's transactions and data continue to grow. The new technology is the result of an investment of more than $1.5 billion in IBM research and development. (Feature Photo Service for IBM). (PRNewsFoto/IBM, Feature Photo Service For IBM)
IBM zEnterprise System Mainframe: Cover Time 2
Date added: 2010-07-22
IBM employees James Geuke, (top) Poughkeepsie, and Larry Terpak (standing), Johnson City, N.Y., install covers on the new IBM zEnterprise System mainframe. The zEnterprise System, the result of three years and $1.5 billion in IBM research and development, marks the most significant design change in 20 years for the IBM mainframe, extending the mainframe’s powerful reliability and security features to additional systems in the data center (Feature Photo Service for IBM).