3090

3090

A series of large-scale IBM mainframes introduced in 1986. Before the ES/9000 models (System/390), 3090s were the largest mainframes in the System/370 line. Models 120, 150 and 180 are single CPUs. Models 200 through 600 are multiprocessor systems (first digit indicates the number of CPUs). The E, S and J models represent increased speed, respectively. See IBM mainframes.
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Series 3090 converters enable more efficient compliance with the latest Electromagnetic Interference Compatibility (EMC) requirements for aerospace, defense, and civil aviation airborne electronics.
Series 3090 5-watt DC/DC converters operate from nominal 28 VDC power sources.
Greens, blues and reds would join to support House Bill 3090 and would then scramble to take credit for its approval.
A new reference material (RM), RM 8504, has been prepared for use as a diluent oil with Aroclors in transformer oil Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) 3075 to 3080 and SRM 3090 when developing and validating methods for the determination of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) as Aroclors in transformer oil or similar matrices.
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The WIP system is available in a full range of Fette tablet press sizes and speeds, including 1090 WIP, 2090 WIP and 3090 WIP.
3090, a revised economic stimulus package that allows businesses to take a 30 percent tax deduction in the first year on the cost of leasehold tenant improvement projects undertaken during the next three years.
CS PRISM/MAINFRAME: This program provides the same service as CS ONLINE but runs on a client's IBM 3090.
Medlantic Information Systems had over 600 terminals and printers deployed throughout the hospital connected to a remote IBM 3090 mainframe through a T1 network.
Using computer programs written in FORTRAN, the Chudnovskys tested their method on a Cray-2 and an IBM 3090.