Informatics A versatile, non-proprietary open operating system, which is the industry standard for mainframes, work stations and servers on the Internet, written in C programming language. See OS X. Cf MacOS, Windows.
The AIX Gateway was developed in response to the growing number of users with architectures based on UNIX servers and TCP/IP networks, who require the high performance associated with 32-bit processing, and the ability to accommodate high traffic loads.
Also introduced today is Distributed Database Connection Services/6000 (See Note A) (DDCS/6000) (See Note A), which enables users to develop and run applications that access and update host databases from DOS, Windows, OS/2 and AIX workstations.
Compatible with the IBM p5 line of servers and running the AIX operating system, the plug-compatible Escala servers are capable of using all of GST's current storage products that attach to the IBM eServer family of servers including GST's backup devices, memory upgrades, network adapters, SAN subsystems, and VTL encryption appliances.