@8FC4.ADF IBM Personal/370 Processor
@E014.ADF IBM S/370 Channel Emulator Adapter/A
@EFE6.ADF IBM Data Exchange Adapter for 9391 Model 14 (9371?) Referred to as "DEA"
@FA74.ADF 370 Technical Workstation "7437 PS/2 Interface Adapter Card"
"IBM 7437 Technical Workstation" IBM 7437 VM/SP Personal Workstation
193-131 S/370 CHANNEL EMULATOR/A
192-156 IBM PS/2 MicroChannel to Mainframe Connection
291-606 Micro Channel 370 Additions (actually the double-wide 9371)
191-035 Micro Channel 370 Enhancements
190-141 Micro Channel 370
190-017 IBM Enterprise System/9370 (ES/9370) Model 14 (9371? but this is IBM)
Selected McGill Systems pages:
MUSIC/SP on P/370
Software emulation for the IBM S/370 and S/390 hardware architecture. Enjoy the
power of MVS, MVT, or VM on your Linux or Windows Desktop/Notebook.
IBM, 7437 VM/SP Technical Workstation; User's Guide and Reference, SA23-0351-00, 1988.
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IBM Personal/370 Processor
This card as best I can determine, was never directly
offered, but was available only by contacting IBM. Pretty
From datamuseum.dk (via Google Translate):
The P/370 is a plug-in for an IBM PS/2 with 32-bit Micro Channel.
The card has 16M / 370 storage. (...) The card supports VM / System Product,
VM-ESA 1.5 (370 feature), and corresponding MVS and VSE".
Cards associated with the P/370 (these do NOT provide ability to run 370 code):
- S/370 Channel Attach
- S/370 to MMC
Other "Personal" S/370 Products
From bhtooefr (@email@example.com,
Also, this thing is part of a whole family of
mainframe-on-PC hardware and software that the VM team was
largely responsible for:
- XT/370 (basically two hacked 68000s with partial S/370 emulation microcode,
enough to get CMS running)
- AT/370 (ditto)
- 7437 VM/SP Technical Workstation (a PS/2 Model 60/80-sized tower, that you
cabled to a MCA card in your Model 60/70/80, and gave you a full S/370)
- Personal/370 Adapter/A (faster 7437, on a card)
IBM 7437 Technical Workstation
As of November 1988, IBM was shipping a workstation version of the
System/370 hardware intended to run IBM's VM/SP operating system. Officially
called the IBM 7437 VM/SP Personal Workstation, it was a freestanding tower
that connected to a MCA card installed in a PS/2 Model 60, 70, or 80. One IBM
representative described the 7437 "like a 9370 with a single terminal".