IBM 3730

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The IBM 3730 is a word-processing variant of the IBM 3790, announced in the late 1970s.[1] It used 3790 hardware but its software made it a dedicated shared-logic word-processing system which could support a dozen or more word-processing IBM 3732 terminals.

It could be connected using Systems Network Architecture to a central mainframe running IBM DISOSS which was a centralized document exchange software running on CICS.

References[edit]

  1. ^ E. Drake Lundell Jr. (16 October 1978). "IBM Introduces Office and Plant Systems". Computerworld. IDG Enterprise. 12 (42): 55. ISSN 0010-4841.