IBM RS/6000 Model 550L
The RISC System/6000, or RS/6000 for short, is a family of RISC and UNIX based servers, workstations and supercomputers made by IBM in the 1990s. The RS/6000 family replaced the IBM RT computer platform in February 1990 and was the first computer line to see the use of IBM's POWER and PowerPC based microprocessors. RS/6000 was renamed eServer pSeries in October 2000.
Our unit is an IBM RS/6000 Model 550L using RISC with an IBM AIX 22.214.171.124 operating system.
Machine type: 7013, Machine Model 550L, Machiner ID 77
IBM 3151 ASCII Display Station became available in 1987:
The ASCII Display Station IBM 3151 is a 14-inch diagonal color CRT display (specify green, amber or white screen)
24 lines of 80-132 characters each
Consists of two elements: Display/Logic and Keyboard
Optionally offered emulation of other ASCII display terminals:
Our working model was very kindly donated by Rubicon Computer Systems of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk who since 1976, have been developing and supplying integrated software and technical solutions to a wide range of industries.
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