Unix International


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Unix International

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(UI) A consortium including Sun, AT&T and others formed to promote an open environment based on Unix System V, including the Open Look windowing system.

Unix International

A non-profit industry association founded to provide direction for Unix System V. It was disbanded in 1993 after Novell purchased Unix from AT&T. See Unix history and Unix.
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Carlson's accomplishments have garnered numerous awards for the selection and management of strategic technology from the Smithsonian Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University, UNIX International, CIO Magazine and Chain Store Age magazine.
He also served on the UNIX International Executive committee and was a founding board member of Uniforum.
He has also served on the UNIX International Executive Committee and was a founding member of Uniforum, the first UNIX trade organization.