T-Rex


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T-Rex

The code name for IBM's z990 mainframe introduced in the spring of 2003. In its maximum configuration, T-Rex quadrupled the memory capacity and tripled the performance of the previous z900 model. T-Rex supports up to 32 processors and 64GB of memory.
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Citi is backing T-REX as part of its Citi Markets FinTech Investments initiative.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to hear more about the T-Rex and ask Mr Lomax questions about the time of the dinosaurs -- as well as being able to see a number of pre-historic fossils.
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Some items they brought to the show will feature museum quality replica casts of a T-Rex skull, Dire wolf skull, and Sabertooth cat skull.
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So what would happen if a T-Rex acted as a conductor to an orchestra playing the iconic piece of music?