USG Unix

USG Unix

operating system /U-S-G yoo'niks/ Refers to AT&T Unix commercial versions after Version 7, especially System III and System V releases 1, 2, and 3. So called because during most of the lifespan of those versions AT&T's support crew was called the "Unix Support Group".

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Wyse's line of servers includes the Series 3000i and Series 6000i family of uniprocessor systems and Series 7000i symmetric multiprocessing systems that are certified for the most popular Intel-based multiprocessing operating systems, including SCO MPX, USG UNIX SVR4, Microsoft Windows NT, SunSoft Solaris and IBM 0S/2 SMP.
Under the Wyse Configure-to-Order program, the system is available with a choice of SMP operating systems pre-installed, including USG UNIX System V, SCO MPX, Microsoft Windows NT and Windows NT Advanced Server, and recently released IBM OS/2 SMP.
Wyse's Systems Division is committed to supplying industry-standard, client/server computing solutions for open systems environments, including USG UNIX, SCO UNIX, Microsoft Windows NT and IBM OS/2.
Under the Wyse Configure-to-Order program, the Series 6000i Model 665 is available running USG UNIX System V, SCO UNIX and Microsoft Windows NT and Windows NTAS.
Developers porting or developing vertical applications for the following operating systems: USG UNIX SVR4, SCO MPX, Microsoft Windows NT and Windows NTAS, SunSoft Solaris MP and IBM OS/2 SMP, are eligible to receive discounts of up to 25 percent on multiprocessor servers.
Wyse's symmetric multiprocessing servers are certified to run SCO MPX, USG UNIX SVR4, SunSoft Solaris and Microsoft Windows NT and Windows NT Advanced Server.