Ultrix


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Ultrix

(operating system)
A version of Unix based on the Berkeley version, designed and implemented by DEC to run on their VAX and DECstation processors.

ULTRIX

A version of Unix from Digital for its PDP-11 and VAX series. See Digital Equipment.
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IBM, Unisys, Amdahl, Sun, DEC, and Hewlett-Packard all followed suit and created their own versions and names: HP-UX, A/UX, AIX, Ultrix, and so on.
Impeller on their Ultrix 800RT machine, showcasing the ability to cope with complex parts using long tools and thin shanks to remove material between the blades and prevent vibration of the blade during milling.
The Ultrix hydraulic press (ultra low deflection under load) is said to deliver unprecedented low levels of deflection and provides finished dimensions of molded parts to help customers eliminate costly and time-consuming post-press machining operations, according to a two-page, four-color bulletin.
The client software for ULTRIX for Sun can be downloaded from: <http://cindi.
The disadvantage was that applications that ran on Digital's earlier Ultrix flavor of Unix and DEC's older MIPS--based platforms that preceded the Alpha couldn't run without modification on the new architecture.
RTTS runs on a variety of Unix platforms, including HP-UX, DEC VMS and Ultrix, Sun/OS, and IBM AIX.
Simplot chose the SYBASE relational database management system to run on a Digital 5200 ULTRIX server in each warehouse.
Display PostScript has been licensed for the NeXT machine, IBM's new RT workstations, and DEC's Ultrix systems; it may become a component of the OSF Motif environment as well.
Arvidson also served as an educational consultant, developing courseware and conducting workshops on a broad range of topics such as hardware architecture and operating system internals, to VAX, MIPS and Alpha platforms running VMS, Ultrix and Tru64Unix.
Software is handled by a Unix-based Ultrix [TM] operating system and Oracle [TM] database-management system.
0 is immediately available for DEC Ultrix, DEC VMS,
x, 95, and NT, and Unix/Motif (including HP UX, Amdahl UTS, AT&T Unix System V, Concurrent/Unix, Control Data, DG Aviion, DEC RISC Ultrix, DEC Alpha, NCR Tower Unix, Pyramid OSX, Sequent/Dynix, Sequoia/Topix, Silicon Graphics, Sun OS/Solaris, IBM AIX, SCO Unix), and DEC VAX/VMS.