As an AS/400 professional, don't miss this classic on the history, design and revolutionary architecture of the AS/400. Key technical points are identified by the symbolic use of one, two or three chili peppers, depending on the degree of intensity. As the chief architect of the AS/400, Frank Soltis has a fascinating to story to tell about the best-selling multiuser computer ever produced.
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Get the inside story on Version 4 from the chief architect of the AS/400. In this second edition of Frank Soltisís bestseller Inside the AS/400, you get expanded coverage of todayís hot topics (e.g., security and data warehousing). Order yours now Ė itís a must for understanding the AS/400.About the Author:
As the original architect of the IBM System/38, Dr. Frank G. Soltis created a revolutionary new computer architecture based on his Ph.D. dissertation research. The single-level addressability of that architecture, along with the technology-independent machine interface he proposed, led to a totally new breed of computers. Today's AS/400 family of computers uses his architecture. Besides his system architecture work, Dr. Soltis has held several technical and management positions at the IBM Development Laboratory in Rochester, Minnesota, involving computer hardware and software development, strategic planning, and advanced technology programs. He is a frequent speaker at computer conferences throughout the world and is an award-winning author with several publications to his credit. He also holds more than 25 patents and published invention disclosures related to computer systems. During the past few years, he has participated in the definition of the PowerPC architec! ture and led the effort in Rochester to move the AS/400 to the 64-bit PowerPC RISC processors. He continues to define the direction for the AS/400 architecture in the future. In addition to his IBM responsibilities, Dr. Soltis is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Minnesota, where he teaches classes on advanced computer architectures.
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Book Description 29th Street Pr, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111882419138