InfoWorld: IBM teams with SCO, Intel on 64-bit UnixOct 26, 1998, 15:56 (0 Talkback[s])
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IBM is undertaking a major project with Intel and SCO that includes developing a version of the Unix operating system for Intel's upcoming 64-bit processor architecture.
The ultimate goal of the companies is to give software vendors a single platform to which to port for 32- and 64-bit Unix systems on Intel and IBM PowerPC microprocessors, officials at the companies said.
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