|| Nature of Product
||How was OS/2 used?
||Used as the operating system for the Library Manager (LM) that controlled the tape accessor (robot)
(IBM TotalStorage 3494 Tape Library: A Practical Guide to Tape Drives and Tape Automation. IBM. 2009. p. 420. ISBN 0-7384-3222-9.)
|| Used as the operating system for the Service Processor (SP) and if installed, the Network Node Processor (NNP).
("IBM 3746 Software Plan")
|| The 3890/XP1 was announced November 12, 1988. It initially used OS/2 1.1 Extended Edition on a PS/2 Model 80 to emulate the stacker control software that previously ran on a System 360. IBM later switched to OS/2 Warp.
"IBM Announcement Letter". Retrieved 30 December 2011.
|| Used in a range of Automatic Teller Machines manufactured by IBM. Was also used in later 478x ATMs manufactured with Diebold.
Visit page: ATM and eComStation / OS/2 Warp
|| Used as the operating system for the Support Element (SE). Was also used in later mainframe models such as the IBM 2064.
IBM 7594-TC1 / 7594TC1
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