Multiprise

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Multiprise

A family of System/390 entry-level to medium-scale mainframes from IBM that use microprocessor-based CMOS technology. They house the control units, channels and hard disks in the same cabinet similar to midrange servers. The first Multiprise models were introduced in 1996. See IBM mainframes.
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In this second strategy, the first CMOS machine would be followed quickly by upgrades to increase performance.
According to Mullen, CMOS machines operate in the tens of megahertz range, while typical air-cooled computers run at around 250 MHz and sometimes higher levels.