What every event is riding on.
World-class performance is what the Olympic Games are all about. No wonder OS/2® is
at the heart of the Olympic Games Results System that covers just about every event
you can imagine.
Faster than you can spell Lillehammer – actually, faster than you can even say
Lillehammer – an OS/2-based system helps track, record, process and then post
results to venue scoreboards, TV and radio commentators, press agencies, newspapers,
magazines and other information outlets. Industrial-strength OS/2 programs like DB2/2™,
Communications Manager/2, CICS/2™ and others work together to accomplish a
task that would
bring lesser operating systems to their knees. But instead of merely skating by, OS/2 rises
above. That’s why anywhere the competition is fierce, you’ll find
PCs riding on OS/2.
With OS/2, you can bring world-class performance, power and reliability to all your
DOS, Windows™ and OS/2 programs. OS/2’s preemptive multitasking not only lets
you run more than one program at a time, it has an impact on
multimedia that you can really see. And hear. And give the object-oriented Workplace
Shell™ user interface high scores for making it easier than ever to use your
At these Olympic Winter Games, and in PCs everywhere, OS/2 is certainly worth its
weight in gold. Not to mention silver and bronze. To order or to find out more
about OS/2, call 1 800 3-IBM-OS2.
In Canada, call 1 800 465-7999.
Demand OS/2 preloaded on your next PC.
If you have Windows 3.1, ask about OS/2 for Windows. OS/2 2.1 and OS/2 for
Windows are also available at local software dealers.
Operate at a higher level.™
Lillehammer ’94. IBM: Official Sponsor of the 1994 Olympic Winter Games
From Norway to your way, when you want results, you want OS/2.
This ad was created by LINTAS and got to this publication on time using DOS, Windows and
OS/2 programs running on OS/2. IBM and OS/2 are registered trademarks and Workplace Shell,
“Operate at a higher level,” DB2/2 and CICS/2 are trademarks of International
Business Machines Corporation. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corp. © 1994 IBM Corp.