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Figure 5: Digital Equipment Corporation introduced its VAX (Virtual Address Extension) computer line and VMS (Virtual Memory System) operating system in 1977. By the mid-1980s, VAX had become the minicomputer standard and was the target machine for most minicomputer applications developers. The VAX-11/750 "Comet" debuted in 1980. Courtesy Mark Wickens

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