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Definition - What does IBM I mean?

IBM I is an operating system supported by IBM Systems. It is an EBCDIC-based operating system capable of running on IBM Power Systems and on IBM PureSystems. IBM I was introduced in 2008 and still is under active development. It is designed for businesses and hence is more stable and integral when it comes to application support.

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IBM initially launched their operating system dedicated for running on their own machines in 1988, but later the operating system software evolved as technology advanced, the IBM I is the OS succeeding i5/OS and OS/400. It is an integrated OS especially built for business use with dedicated databases and middleware. The IBM I is capable enough to show exception resilience for business and smooth growth for IBM Power servers. The OS offers a number of business solutions, operations and storage management issues which were previously unresolved. It also has improved security and compliance tools available with outstanding infrastructure.

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