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This issue of the IBM Systems Journal is devoted to papers that present the design considerations and the implementation of features that have expanded the capabilities of IBM'S Systems Network Architecture (SNA). Since its announcement in 1974, SNA has been developed and refined to meet user requirements through enhanced networking and routing facilities and through new protocols that facilitate distributed processing and message switching.
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