IBM pumps up mainframe Web and IP support

Songini, Marc
March 1999
Network World;03/08/99, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p22
Trade Publication
Product Review
Evaluates the International Business Machines Corp. OS/390 2.7 mainframe operating system. Internet Protocol sessions that can be handled simultaneously by the mainframe; Improvements to the eNetworks Communications Server component; Support for the OS/390 Open System Adapter Express.


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