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CDC 6000 series

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Powering Up the CDC 6600

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CDC 6600

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CDC 6600

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Powering up an IBM S/390

The CDC 6000 series was a family of mainframe computers manufactured by Control Data Corporation in the 1960s. It consisted of CDC 6200, CDC 6300, CDC 6400, CDC 6500, CDC 6600 and CDC 6700. computers, which were all extremely rapid and efficient for their time. Each was a large, solid-state, general-purpose, digital computer that performed scientific and business data processing as well as multiprogramming, multiprocessing, Remote Job Entry, time-sharing, and data management tasks under the control of the operating system called SCOPE. By 1970 there also was a time-sharing oriented operating system named KRONOS.
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