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He never thought he'd see

People stand in line

To see the ... mainframe?


King Tut's legacy has endured for centuries. Believe it or not, the mainframe had a part in preserving and disseminating that legacy.


From the 1950s to the 1990s, IBM worked with the Egyptian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology to catalog and index antiquities and historical information.


Some people may say that the mainframe is just as antiquated as old King Tut, but we know better. The mainframe continues to evolve to meet ever-changing demands. King Tut probably never imagined a digital age, but the digital age has helped us to imagine what life was like for King Tut.