NEWS.COM: IBM, SCO and Sequent to create new Intel UNIXOct 26, 1998, 11:16 (1 Talkback[s])
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Big Blue announced today it is hooking up with Intel and several other partners to develop a new Unix operating system that will run on servers based on IBM and Intel microprocessors.
The plan is to take IBM's existing Unix operating system AIX and tweak it with technology from SCO's Unixware and Sequent's PTX operating system. The result is to be a single Unix operating system that will run on Intel's IA-32, IA-64, and IBM microprocessors.
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