Advanced Interactive Executive. An IBM UNIX-based operating system. In VSAM, an alternate index.
Advance Interactive Executive. IBMs implementation of the UNIX operating system.
Operating system in the Unix family developed by IBM. SCO claims that it owns the rights to the underlying Unix source code. The whole SCO-IBM-Linux controversy stems from SCO's allegations that IBM put AIX code into Linux.
Advanced Interactive eXecutive. A version of UNIX produced by IBM which runs on a variety of computers including PC's and workstations.
IBM's Unix based operating system
See Advanced Interactive Executive.
Stands for "Advanced Interactive Executive," though some Linux fans have been ...
This is the name given to IBM's Unix processor range, the S-70 model is used by GW
Advanced Interactive Executive. See AIX operating system.
The industrial strength OS designed by IBM to run on PowerPC and x86 based machines. It is a variant of UNIX and is meant to provide more power than OS/2.
Advanced Interface Executive
AIX is an open operating system from IBM that is based on a version of UNIX. AIX ESA was designed for IBMs System 390 or large server hardware platform. AIX 6000 is an operating system that runs on IBMs workstation platform, the RISC System 6000.
An open IBM operating system based on UNIX. IBM produces a version of AIX for its RS/6000 mainframe hardware.
A version of UNIX from the IBM Corporation.
Advanced Interactive Executive OS. IBM version of Unix.
n. Acronym for Advanced Interactive Executive. A version of the UNIX system provided by IBM for its UNIX workstations and its PCs.
IBM's implementation of the UNIX operating system.
Advanced Interactive Executive: IBM's version of Unix.
Advanced Interactive Executor, IBM's distribution of UNIX for systems including RS/6000s and SPs. AIX includes features of both AT&T's System V UNIX and BSD (Berkeley Standard Distribution) UNIX.
A version of UNIX produced by IBM for their RS/6000 computer systems.
(Advanced Interactive Executor) IBM's version of the UNIX operating system, which is run on the IBM RS/6000s.
Advanced Interactive Executive. IBM's implementation of UNIX.
Advanced Interactive Executive. An IBM management platform that is used to operate network management applications, such as the Bay Networks Optivity application.
A multiple user OS, basically IBM's attempt to copy UNIX.
At UNM, aix is a Unix computer service you can log into to access electronic mail and other Internet programs. It requires an account name and password.