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Carswell, Kevin ; Global Hardware Development, IBM System/390 Division, USA ; Price, Cyril

The IBM S/390® platform revitalization which began in 1993 saw its first stage successfully completed with the introduction of the S/390 Parallel Enterprise Server™ Generation 4 (G4) CMOS processor. In September 1998, IBM announced S/390 Parallel Enterprise Server Generation 5 (G5) and thus launched the second stage of the transition from bipolar to CMOS technology.

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 5.6 )