On Friday 25 January 2002 1:29 pm, Mark Allen wrote:
> IBM Releasing Linux-Driven Mainframe
> NEW YORK (AP) - IBM Corp. will release on Friday what it says is the
> first-ever mainframe, running the free, open source Linux
[snip]

This even made it to The Register[1] (uk tech news site), though it's
more likely due to the Linux side of the story than the iSeries mention.
It'd be great to see mainstream articles about the iSeries on its own
merits...

Regards, Martin
[1] http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/53/23820.html
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