BTOS


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BTOS

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BTOS

(B Twenty OS) The Burroughs Corporation version of CTOS, named after the B20 workstation family that the operating system ran on. Over one million CTOS/BTOS systems have been sold worldwide by Unisys. See CTOS.
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For the other two silanes, the addition of FTOS or BTOS did not help enhancing the reinforcement capability of the alkylated silica.
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The network is composed of clustered Unisys BTOS workstations with the clusters linked together by Unisys BNet.
These workstations are designed to run the sophisticated BTOS shared operating system, which Unisys is popularizing as an open system standard.
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