The looks of computer mainframes haven’t really changed much in the last 20 years, with huge clunky boxes and a fuckton of wires still being the topic of occasional WTF pictures. Of course the big change has been in power, speed, and new technology that powers these mainframes. Take a peek at the video below for a glimpse at a computer mainframe from around 1990 that was powered by a whopping 96MB of RAM.
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Steven served as a co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Noisecast from its inception until January 2012. His enthusiasm for the telecom industry and his knowledge of both the business and geek side of the sector drove most of his editorials. Follow him on social media for his latest news and freelance articles.