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AS/400

Short for Application System/400, a line of IBM minicomputers introduced in 1988. The AS/400 family included 6 processor models, double the performance of the System/38 and five times that of the System/36. More than 2,500 applications were made available, along with support, education and follow-on products. Learn more in this IBM history.

Application System/400

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