VAXserver

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The VAXserver was a family of minicomputers developed and manufactured by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) using processors implementing the VAX instruction set architecture (ISA). The VAXserver models were variants of various VAX-based computers which were configured to only run operating systems which were licensed for network server use and not interactive time-sharing use.[1][2] This was accomplished with different CPU modules and firmware.

VAXserver models include:

  • VAXserver 3000 - (Based on the MicroVAX)
    • VAXserver 3100
    • VAXserver 3300
    • VAXserver 3400
    • VAXserver 3500
    • VAXserver 3600
    • VAXserver 3602
    • VAXserver 3800
    • VAXserver 3900
  • VAXserver 4000 - (Based on the VAX 4000)
    • VAXserver 4000 Model 200 - KA660-BA CPU module
    • VAXserver 4000 Model 300 - KA670-BA CPU module
  • VAXserver 6000 - (Based on the VAX 6000)
    • VAXserver 6000 Model 210
    • VAXserver 6000 Model 220
    • VAXserver 6000 Model 310
    • VAXserver 6000 Model 320
    • VAXserver 6000 Model 410
    • VAXserver 6000 Model 420
    • VAXserver 6000 Model 510
    • VAXserver 6000 Model 520
  • VAXserver 9000 - (Based on the VAX 9000)
    • VAXserver 9000 Model 110
    • VAXserver 9000 Model 3x0
      • VAXserver 9000 Model 310/Model 310VP
      • VAXserver 9000 Model 320/Model 320VP
      • VAXserver 9000 Model 330/Model 330VP
      • VAXserver 9000 Model 340/Model 340VP

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