OSI Definition and why is it being called as an Open System?

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Why is OSI called Open System? Please give me its brief description like definition? But need solution urgently. Thanks

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OSI Definition and why is it being called as an Open System?

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Hi Ahmad,

This definition is helpful for you. OSI model is not dependent on any architecture of the Network and Open system is the one, that allows two different systems to communicate with each other, prior to the underlying architecture. Therefore, OSI Model is called Open System. If you need more help then we will available here. Regards.

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OSI Definition and why is it being called as an Open System?

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Hi Ahmadraza,

International Organization for Standardization (ISO) developed ISO model in 1982 especially for all types of packet switched networks.

When we mention all types it simply means it has no protocol boundaries no platform dependencies and no hardware software restrictions. As when it was designed most of the systems and networks have proprietary issues which made the network domains limited or vendor dependent. And OSI model was free from all these hustles and bustles that is why its called open. Open for everyone, for you too sir.

Hope you got it.

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