Warp Server

Warp Server

The server version of OS/2 from IBM. Warp Server combined OS/2 and Lan Server into one package that was introduced in 1996. Warp Server was generally highly praised and well suited as a Lotus Notes server. Among other features, the journaling file system (JFS) in AIX was later added, and the product was renamed Warp Server for e-Business in 1999. See OS/2.
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There, it is collected by the Harris WARP server and then transmitted both to the on-site meteorologist's workstation for forecasting and analysis, and to the air traffic controllers' main display monitors, where it is displayed in color blocks along with individual aircraft position information.
IBM Corp's Aurora cut of OS/2 Warp server targeted for e-business ships this week with SMP support, a Journaled File System, volume management, support for Euro currency and is claimed to Y2K proof.
CMF is available now on the following platforms: MVS or NT for the central server; NT Server, Novell Netware, or OS/2 Warp Server for fan-out servers; and DOS, OS/2 Warp, Windows 3.
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WarpCharge should prove to be a popular revenue-generating tool for IBM's Web-savvy customers, particularly those enjoying the benefits of IBM's new OS/2 Warp Server for e-business.
today announced that IBM has licensed a special version of SciTech Display Doctor, which will be distributed by IBM as the primary display driver for all of IBM's OS/2 Warp based operating systems, including the Warp Client, Workspace On Demand and Warp Server for e-business.
1, various popular UNIX operating systems, including Sun Solaris, IBM OS/2 Warp Server, Apple Mac OS, Novell Netware, Microsoft LAN Manager and TCP/IP.
It offers customers a solution to deploy e-business Web sites across a range of operating systems platforms including AIX**, Windows NT***, Sun Solaris***, OS/400, OS/390 and OS/2* Warp Server.
It offers customers a solution to deploy e-business Web sites across a range of operating systems platforms including AIX(a), Windows NT(b), Sun Solaris(b), OS/400, OS/390 and OS/2(a) Warp Server.
IBM(1) today announced the next release of OS/2 Warp Server will allow users to administer Windows NT(2) 4.
0, Microsoft LAN Manager, IBM Warp Server, Microsoft Windows 95, Apple Mac OS, UNIX and TCP/IP.
OS/2 is the base for a broad family of products, including OS/2 Warp, OS/2 Warp Connect, OS/2 Warp Server, Directory & Security Server and the set of IBM Software Servers, for which OS/2 is the reference platform.