Digital and Sequent join forces on 64-bit OS

Pendery, David
January 1998
InfoWorld;01/12/98, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the joint announcement by Digital Equipment and Sequent Computer Systems that they would cooperate on the next-generation Digital Unix for Alpha and IA-64 computer operating systems (OS). Integration of elements of the 32-bit Dynix/ptx OS into 64-bit Digital Unix; Development of source and binary code; Sun Microsystems' endorsement of Merced; Contact information.


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