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2014-11-20 08:39:52

IBM and researchers collaborate to accelerate analysis and prediction of climate changes from months to minutes TORONTO and EDMONTON, Nov.

2014-11-20 08:39:05

Enterprises such as Nationwide Insurance and Pearson VUE dramatically improve software quality and delivery times ARMONK, N.Y., Nov.

2014-11-20 08:38:07

Data and analytics to help increase efficiency and citizen satisfaction BARCELONA, Spain, Nov.

2014-11-19 16:30:45

New application provides access to real-time data for law enforcement officials when they are in the field - away from their vehicle or office terminals ARMONK, N.Y., Nov.

2014-11-19 16:29:06

Technology Vendors to Discuss the Impact of the Cloud on Business Solutions and Strategies WESTBOROUGH, Mass., Nov.

2014-11-19 12:32:56

Patented Privacy Engine Safeguards Data Shared Across Borders BRUSSELS, Nov.

2014-11-19 08:35:21

New ZPSaver Suite and Release of MFX Sort for z/OS Extend zIIP Offload and Exploit Latest Advancements in Mainframe Technology WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J., Nov.

2014-11-18 23:08:17

Great Lakes Computer, a datacenter solutions provider for nearly three decades, has recently made a large investment in IBM System x3550 M4 and x3650 M4 rack servers as well as IBM BladeCenter

2014-11-18 12:25:45

Social Mail Reinvents the Inbox, Gives Individuals an Intelligent Assistant to Organize and Prioritize Their Most Important Work and Relationships ARMONK, N.Y., Nov.


Latest IBM Reference Libraries

2010-09-07 17:51:13

A direct access storage device, or DASD, is a secondary storage device in mainframe computers that has low access time for all of its capacity. The term DASD was introduced by IBM to describe disk drives, magnetic drums, and data cells. The direct access capability of those devices was quite different than that of sequential access used in tape drives because it required a substantially long time to access a distant point in a medium. IBM computers access devices through channels, which are...

2010-09-02 14:56:06

A control store is the element of a CPUs control unit that stores the CPU's micro program and is usually accessed by a micro sequencer. A control store is usually executed as a diode-selection of read-only memory. This tradition dates back to 1947 when the program timing matrix on the MIT Whirlwind was initially introduced. The earliest models of IBM mainframe had read-only control store; however, the System/370 and successor models were made and loaded their micro programs from floppy disks...

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