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AIX

(Advanced Interactive eXecutive) IBM's Unix-based operating system, which runs on its midrange computers and mainframes. Originally based on AT&T's Unix System V with Berkeley extensions, it conforms to the Open Group's UNIX 98 Base Brand industry standard. In the past, AIX has also been available on other IBM platforms, including the RT and PC. See Power Systems and System z.
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DB2/6000 can function as a stand-alone database, or as a database server in a local area network (LAN) environment supporting applications running on DOS, Microsoft (See Note B) Windows(See Note B), Operating System/2 (See Note A) (OS/2) (See Note A), or AIX with the optional AIX Client Support/6000 product installed.