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SHARE Operating System

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.

SHARE Operating System
DeveloperSHARE user group
Working stateDiscontinued
Initial release1959; 62 years ago (1959)
Available inEnglish
PlatformsIBM 709, IBM 7090
Preceded byGM-NAA I/O
Succeeded byIBM 7090/94 IBSYS

The SHARE Operating System provided new methods to manage buffers and input/output devices. Like GM-NAA I/O, it allowed execution of programs written in assembly language.

SOS initially ran on the IBM 709 computer and was then ported to its transistorized successor, the IBM 7090.

A series of articles describing innovations in the system appears in the April 1959 Journal of the Association for Computing Machinery.

In 1962, IBM discontinued support for SOS and announced an entirely new (and incompatible) operating system, IBM 7090/94 IBSYS.

Contents

  1. Alt, Franz Leopold, ed. (1959-07-03) [April 1959]. "(various)". Journal of the ACM. New York, USA: Association for Computing Machinery. 6 (2). ISSN 0004-5411.

SHARE Operating System
SHARE Operating System Language Watch Edit 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 SHARE Operating SystemDeveloperSHARE user groupWorking stateDiscontinuedInitial release1959 62 years ago 1959 Available inEnglishPlatformsIBM 709 IBM 7090Preceded byGM NAA I OSucceeded byIBM 7090 94 IBSYS The SHARE Operating System provided new methods to manage buffers and input output devices Like GM NAA I O it allowed execution of programs written in assembly language SOS initially ran on the IBM 709 computer and was then ported to its transistorized successor the IBM 7090 A series of articles describing innovations in the system 1 appears in the April 1959 Journal of the Association for Computing Machinery In 1962 IBM discontinued support for SOS and announced an entirely new and incompatible operating system IBM 7090 94 IBSYS Contents 1 See also 2 References 3 Further reading 4 External linksSee also EditMultiple Console Time Sharing System Timeline of operating systems SQUOZEReferences Edit Alt Franz Leopold ed 1959 07 03 April 1959 various Journal of the ACM New York USA Association for Computing Machinery 6 2 ISSN 0004 5411 Further reading EditShell Donald L April 1959 October 1958 The SHARE 709 System A Cooperative Effort Journal of the ACM 6 2 123 127 doi 10 1145 320964 320966 Archived from the original on 2020 06 17 Retrieved 2020 06 16 5 pages Boehm Elaine M Steel Jr Thomas B April 1959 The SHARE 709 System Machine Implementation of Symbolic Programming Journal of the ACM 6 2 134 140 doi 10 1145 320964 320968 Archived from the original on 2020 06 04 Retrieved 2020 06 04 7 pages DiGri Vincent J King Jane E April 1959 1958 06 11 The SHARE 709 System Input Output Translation Journal of the ACM 6 2 141 144 doi 10 1145 320964 320969 Archived from the original on 2020 06 17 Retrieved 2020 06 16 4 pages NB This was presented at the ACM meeting 11 13 June 1958 SHARE 709 System Committee ed June 1961 1959 SOS Reference Manual SHARE System for the IBM 709 PDF New York USA SOS Group International Business Machines Corporation X28 1213 Distribution No 1 5 Archived PDF from the original on 2020 06 18 Retrieved 2020 06 18 1 2 External links EditUpload of the SHARE Operating System software and documentation partial archive This operating system related article is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title SHARE Operating System amp oldid 966415293, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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