Dispelling misconceptions about IBM i/AS400 technologies losing popularity
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Undoubtedly, technology has evolved at a rapid pace over the past several decades and continues to do so. But some legacy machines that may be unfairly viewed as obsolete still hold tremendous value in today’s marketplace.
Enter IBM i – a family of mid-range computers that has gone through many name changes during the course of its lifetime.
As the image below illustrates: The evolution of IBM i began in the late 1970’s with the AS/400 (Application System/400) being introduced in 1988 as the successor of the previous two models.