Application System/400 (AS/400)
Definition - What does Application System/400 (AS/400) mean?
Application System/400 (AS/400) is a family of computers that was designed by IBM for small- and medium-sized companies that was introduced in 1988. During its worldwide debut, IBM and its global IBM business partners, rolled out more than 1,000 software packages, making it the largest simultaneous announcement of applications in the history of computers.
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