The Model 65 replaced two models announced in 1964 but never built. The first Model 65 went to MIT. A version for timesharing, called the Model 67, was the first 360 to use virtual memory.View Artifact Detail
The Backbone of Big Business
With technology, what you can do influences what you want to do—which gradually expands what you can do.
Businesses in the 1950s increasingly recognized computers’ broad potential. They demanded flexible, large-scale machines able to consolidate varied tasks. The workhorse mainframe computers that met these demands in turn reshaped how businesses operate, increasing centralization and nourishing new demand for powerful mainframes.