Friday, December 6, 2019

History of Computer Mainframes

The mainframe computer is a device created by IBM even though it was considered outdated in the 90s by its competitors, but until now mainframe products continue to grow rapidly and strongly.
For more than four decades, IBM has invested in developing and expanding the functional capabilities of computer equipment, including the latest technology platforms such as Linux, Java and Websphere. The first beginning of the development of computer mainframes occurred in the 60's which demanded data processing resources for various government activities.


A few years later, this tool has become an administrative tool for use in many local companies and government agencies because it can accelerate work and efficiency in greater administrative and operational procedures. Gradually they began to create their own data processing centers. Some versions of the famous mainframe computer are the IBM 165 version which has features with the largest data storage capacity in its time up to a capacity of 3 megabytes.

Until now, the development of computer mainframes continues to be developed, one of which is IBM Academic, which launched a variety of development programs that include more than 150 universities and institutions of higher education throughout the world. This is intended to equip professionals with special knowledge in mainframe technology and provide educational resources on IMB technology.
Many companies developing telecommunications equipment, especially computers, have developed computer mainframes to be even better and effective for personal and general use. Computer mainframes are the basis of the formation of various and types of computers circulating in the community.

For this reason, IBM from year to year has programs dedicated to young people and professionals to develop skills in the field of mainframes, and allow them to enter more easily into the labor market, as well as providing special skills to replace a technician who has already no productivity anymore. And according to the news already more than 50 thousand professionals who have computer mainframe skills throughout the world until now

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