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CP-67 was the control program portion of CP/CMS, a virtual machine operating system developed for the IBM System/360-67 by IBM's Cambridge Scientific Center. It was a reimplementation of their earlier research system CP-40, which ran on a one-off customized S/360-40. CP-67 was later reimplemented (again) as CP-370, which IBM released as VM/370 in 1972, when virtual memory was added to the System/370 series. Details on the development and circumstances of CP-67 can be found in the article History of CP/CMS.
|Developer||IBM Cambridge Scientific Center (CSC)|
|Marketing target||IBM mainframe computers|
|Default user interface||Command-line interface|
|Preceded by||IBM CP-40|
|Succeeded by||IBM CP-370 / VM/370|