BTAM


BTAM
comp. abbr.
Basic Telecommunications Access Method
electr. abbr.
Basic Telecommunications Access Method
abbr.
Basic Tape Access Method (BS2000)
abbr.
Basic Telecommunications Access Method (IBM)
comp. abbr.
Basic Telecommunications Access Method (IBM)
acronym
Basic Telecommunications Access Method (IBM)

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  • BTAM — Basic Teleprocessing Access Method (Computing » General) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • BTAM — Basic Telecommunications Access Method IBM/X.25 …   Acronyms

  • BTAM — ● ►en sg. ►COMM Basic Telecommunications Access Method. Ancêtre de VTAM …   Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone

  • BTAM — Basic Telecommunications Access Method IBM/X.25 …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • BTAM — abbr. comp. Basic Telecommunication Access Method …   Dictionary of English abbreviation

  • BTAM —    See Basic Telecommunications Access Method …   IT glossary of terms, acronyms and abbreviations

  • Basic Telecommunications Access Method —    BTAM; an access method that permits read/write communications with remote devices …   IT glossary of terms, acronyms and abbreviations

  • Basic telecommunications access method — (BTAM) was a low level programming interface specified by IBM for use on the IBM System/360 for sending and receiving data through telecommunication lines. Later, IBM specified higher level interfaces (QTAM, VTAM) and entire architectures (TSO,… …   Wikipedia

  • History of IBM mainframe operating systems — The history of operating systems running on IBM mainframes is a notable chapter of history of mainframe operating systems, because of IBM s long standing position as the world s largest hardware supplier of mainframe computers.Arguably the… …   Wikipedia

  • DOS/360 and successors — Disk Operating System/360, also DOS/360, or simply DOS, was an operating system for IBM mainframes. It was announced by IBM on the last day of 1964, and it was first delivered in June 1966. [E.W. Pugh, L.R. Johnson, and John H. Palmer, IBM s 360… …   Wikipedia