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The ACS-1 and ACS-360 are two related supercomputers designed by IBM as part of the IBM Advanced Computing Systems project from 1961 to 1969. Although the designs were never finished and no models ever went into production, the project spawned a number of organizational techniques and architectural innovations that have since become incorporated into nearly all high-performance computers in existence today. Many of the ideas resulting from the project directly influenced the development of the IBM RS/6000 and, more recently, have contributed to the Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing (EPIC) computing paradigm used by Intel and HP in high-performance processors.

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  • L'ACS-1 e l'ACS-360 furono due supercomputer sviluppati da IBM. Questi facevano parte del progetto Advanced Computing Systems, un progetto avviato nel 1961 e terminato nel 1969. Sebbene i due computer non furono mai terminati e quindi non furono commercializzati sistemi ACS, il progetto permise di esplorare nuove innovative tecniche di elaborazione che furono utilizzate in molti altri progetti e che si trovano in praticamente tutti i sistemi ad alte prestazioni attuali. Molte idee nate in questo progetto influenzarono lo sviluppo del sistema IBM RS/6000 e del recente paradigma Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing (EPIC) utilizzato da Intel e HP nei processori Itanium.
  • The ACS-1 and ACS-360 are two related supercomputers designed by IBM as part of the IBM Advanced Computing Systems project from 1961 to 1969. Although the designs were never finished and no models ever went into production, the project spawned a number of organizational techniques and architectural innovations that have since become incorporated into nearly all high-performance computers in existence today. Many of the ideas resulting from the project directly influenced the development of the IBM RS/6000 and, more recently, have contributed to the Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing (EPIC) computing paradigm used by Intel and HP in high-performance processors.
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  • L'ACS-1 e l'ACS-360 furono due supercomputer sviluppati da IBM. Questi facevano parte del progetto Advanced Computing Systems, un progetto avviato nel 1961 e terminato nel 1969. Sebbene i due computer non furono mai terminati e quindi non furono commercializzati sistemi ACS, il progetto permise di esplorare nuove innovative tecniche di elaborazione che furono utilizzate in molti altri progetti e che si trovano in praticamente tutti i sistemi ad alte prestazioni attuali. Molte idee nate in questo progetto influenzarono lo sviluppo del sistema IBM RS/6000 e del recente paradigma Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing (EPIC) utilizzato da Intel e HP nei processori Itanium.
  • The ACS-1 and ACS-360 are two related supercomputers designed by IBM as part of the IBM Advanced Computing Systems project from 1961 to 1969. Although the designs were never finished and no models ever went into production, the project spawned a number of organizational techniques and architectural innovations that have since become incorporated into nearly all high-performance computers in existence today. Many of the ideas resulting from the project directly influenced the development of the IBM RS/6000 and, more recently, have contributed to the Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing (EPIC) computing paradigm used by Intel and HP in high-performance processors.
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