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Siemens-System 7.800
a family of IBM System/370 and System/390 compatible 32-bit mainframe computers by Siemens delivered in the late 70s and early 80s, manufactured by Fujitsu [1]. System 7.800 included various processing units with single, dyadic [2] or multiple processor and various memory sizes, vector processors and peripherals. Operating systems were BS2000, BS3000, MVS, VM/370 or AVM (Advanced Virtual Machine). The 7.890 F processing unit used by Merlin at the WCCC 1983 in New York [3] was a fast single processor machine with 16 up to 64 MiB of memory [4].

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  1. ^ Fujitsu-Größtrechner als Topmodelle 7.890 und 7.892 angekündigt:Siemens Flaggschiffe mit VM370-Pendant, Computerwoche, December 04, 1981
  2. ^ Dyadic processor | Article about dyadic processor by The Free Dictionary
  3. ^ The Fourth World Computer Chess Championship, pdf from The Computer History Museum
  4. ^ CC - Computerarchiv, Siemens 12/87

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