"IBM this fall will release AIX 5L, a freshly minted and
renamed version of AIX, combining extensive Linux support with
performance-boosting features designed to appeal to IBM's more
traditional high-end user base."
"The operating system will be the first AIX version capable of
running on both IBM Power-based systems and on Intel Corp.'s
upcoming IA-64 architecture, according to IBM."
"This will give existing Power-based AIX users another hardware
platform on which to run their applications. And it will give Linux
users a way to combine their applications with the high-end
scalability and availability of AIX, said Dave Turek, an IBM vice
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