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AIX

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 IBM Z.
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At the co-located event, AIX Asia will feature the latest innovations in aircraft seating, cabin interior design, management systems, soft furnishings, leather, textiles, galley equipment, and lighting services.
Availability and performance of IBM AIX in the IT environment is critical for providing effective business service.
Double-Take Availability for AIX (combines the products formerly known as EchoCluster and EchoStream for AIX) is the industry's most simplified disaster recovery and high availability solution for IBM Power Systems running AIX.
The live Disaster Recovery for AIX webcast is co-sponsored by IBM and will be held on Tuesday 8 January at 10:00 CST.
Created in 1977 by Ginette Escoffier, "Danse a Aix" was formed by a group of individuals eager to see dance proliferate in their city.
You can get your own copy of the AIX demo (which has very useful setup info and test tracks in addition to excellent music and video) by sending $6.95 for shipping and handling to AIX Records, 8455 Beverly Boulevard Suite 500, West Hollywood, CA 90048.
Critical Path Inc has added support for AIX, IBM's Unix operating system for the IBM Power platform, to its InScribe Messaging Server messaging system.
"We expect the hypercluster will enable researchers at UNM to pursue the solution of difficult problems in scientific and visual computing while also creating insight into interesting issues of interoperability between Linux and AIX clusters."
And for another, if IBM can get RS/6000 customers to get in lockstep with AIX code under Software Subscription, then it makes the job of supporting customers a whole lot easier because there aren't so many releases running out there in the installed based.
Information technology company IBM (NYSE:IBM) announced on Friday (16 December) the opening of the AIX Collaboration Centre (ACC) based in Austin, Texas, US.
AIX, IBM's robust and scalable UNIX platform, runs across the entire range of RS/6000 systems, from entry-level servers and workstations to powerful supercomputers like the RS/6000 SP, which runs some of the most complex commercial and technical workloads in the world.
AIX 4.3.3, like prior V4 releases, runs on 32-bit PowerPC and 64- bit PowerPC and Power3 processors in the current RS/6000 line of workstations and servers.