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DECsystem(1) An early series of RISC-based, 32-bit computers from Digital that ran under ULTRIX. Introduced in 1989, the 5400 model was a Q-bus system, but the 5800 model used the XMI bus.
(2) A series of mainframes from Digital that were introduced from 1974 through 1980 and were the successor to the 36-bit PDP-10 computers.
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5500 RISC/ULTRIX computer, in turn, is the common platform for OhioLINK, with Innovative Interface, Inc.'s software providing public access to materials, circulation, serials and acquisitions applications.
5500 RISC/ULTRIX systems will be the common platform running Innovative's library automation software in the 15 public and two private municipalities, and private organizations--giving them easy access to printed and electronic materials held by the state's principal academic libraries.
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