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Dynix

(library)
A host-based library automation system from Dynix Automated Library Systems. First installed in 1993, it is now used in over 2000 libraries worldwide.

Dynix runs on Unix using the UniVerse post relational database. The software is configurable using tables of parameters. It includes modules for cataloguing, circulation, OPAC, acquisitions, serials, reserve book room, advance bookings, homebound, BiblioBus, Pac Plus for Windows, Kids Catalog, Dynix Online Catalog, media bookings, and community information.

http://uk.dynix.com/classic.html.
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The vended systems discussed include Alma and Primo from Ex Libris (now a ProQuest company), OCLC's WorldShare Discovery, and Sirsi Dynix Enterprise.
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The library is to migrate from a SirsiDynix Dynix Classic system.
The consultant examined various options, including migrating the college's data (located on a CARL system) to the city's existing Dynix system (or vice versa), purchasing a new system to serve both entities, or each agency retaining their own separate system.
Sirsi Corporation and Dynix Corporation have announced that the two companies are merging to create SirsiDynix, a single company positioned to develop and deliver information technology solutions for libraries and consortia around the world.
SCO sued IBM in March 2003 when it accused it of infringing its intellectual property and copying Unix System V code to the Linux operating system, but dropped that claim in February in favor of claims that IBM breached contract by contributing code from its AIX and Dynix Unix flavors to Linux and breached copyright by continuing to ship AIX and Dynix after SCO withdrew its Unix license.
In a bid to boost sales of its mobile scanners to libraries, PSC is forging a strategic alliance with Dynix, based in Provo, Utah.
NetWorker 6.0 supports Windows NT and a variety of Unix operating systems including Sun Solaris, Hewlett-Packard HP-UX, Compaq Tru64, IBM AIX, Silicon Graphics IRIX, and Sequent/IBM DYNIX. Pricing information was not available..
The software, FLEX-ES(TM), is a UNIX application running under Sequent's DYNIX operating system which allows the mounting and execution of all S/390, S/370, and even S/360 operating systems, data, and applications without modification.