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{{cite web |url=http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/2/34528/01646729.pdf |title=NCSS 3200}}</ref><ref>Trilogy Systems Corporation was started by [[Gene Amdahl]] together with his son Carl Amdahl and Clifford Madden. {{cite newspaper |newspaper=Computerworld |date=June 15, 1981 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=dPLZ7QidjbEC |page=11 |title=ACSYS - new Amdahl startup}}</ref>
 
Most of these system vendors evenutallyeventually left the PCM market.<ref>"Hitachi has been in the mainframe business for 50 years and currently its AP series of systems are sold to major organisations across Japan. Hitachi Data Systems used to sell Hitachi-made IBM plug-compatible mainframes outside Japan but stopped doing so in 2000." {{cite newspaper |newspaper=The Register |date=May 24, 2017
|title=Hitachi exits mainframe hardware business
|url=https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/05/24/hitachi_exits_mainframe_hardware}}</ref><ref>"A notable PCM failure was Storage Technology (StorageTek), which was for many years one of the more successful of the plug-compatible peripheral suppliers. StorageTek's attempt