And you thought mainframes were dead


Cheap little servers handle so much of the Internet’s dirty work that giant computers known as mainframes, which debuted 50 years ago and often cost more than $1 million, are supposed to be passe.

When Hoplon Infotainment, a startup video game company in Brazil, let it be known that it uses a mainframe to operate its signature online game, “People would actually take a step back and say, ‘What? Did I hear correctly?”‘ said Tarquinio Teles, Hoplon’s CEO.

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