Mainframes - introduction to microprocessors , Electrical Engineering

Mainframes

Computers larger than minicomputer more power  operating at very high speed  called  mainframes.  They  can processes 64  bit data.  Such computers are used  in defence image processing science fiction movies  etc. Examples  type of  computers are IBM 4381 and DPS 8.

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