Catering in part to continued demand from banks for mainframe computers, International Business Machines Corp. has developed a dozen new models for its next generation of large-scale equipment.

The new computers, called Parallel Enterprise Servers, are the latest additions to IBM's System/390 line. They offer the ability to handle larger transaction processing workloads than the current computers, according to IBM officials.

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