SHARE Operating System
|Developer||SHARE user group|
|Platforms||IBM 709, IBM 7090|
|Preceded by||GM-NAA I/O|
|Succeeded by||IBM 7090/94 IBSYS|
|History of IBM mainframe operating systems|
The SHARE Operating System (SOS) is an operating system introduced in 1959 by the SHARE user group. It is an improvement on the General Motors GM-NAA I/O operating system, the first operating system for the IBM 704. The main objective was to improve the sharing of programs.
A series of articles describing innovations in the system appears in the April, 1959, Journal of the Association for Computing Machinery.
- Alt, F. L., ed. (July 3, 1959). "J. ACM, April 1959". ACM – via ACM Digital Library.
- Upload of the SHARE Operating System software and documentation (partial archive)
- The SOS Reference Manual
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