Mini computers - introduction to microprocessors , Electrical Engineering

Mini Computers

Larger  computer  more  computing  power  having  capability to address  more  memory  and  more  speed  than  microcomputer called minicomputer. These computers  generally process 32 bit data.  Such computers are used for larger  data processing ( railway reservation systems  for example ) and industrial control ( oil  refinery for example ). Examples  of this  type of  computers are VAX 6360  and MV/ 800II.

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