IBM: Monterey isn't the end of AIX

Songini, Marc
August 1999
Network World;08/09/99, Vol. 16 Issue 32, p15
Trade Publication
Informs on IBM's reassurance to its Unix server customers about the coming of Project Monterey, a joint venture between Santa Cruz Operation, IBM and its acquired subsidiary, Sequent Computer. Firms' development of a single Unix variant that will run on 32- and 64-bit Intel chips; IBM's claims that the Monterey Unix operating system is just a more powerful version of AIX. INSET: Briefs..


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