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January 6, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Following its inclusion in Olivetti’s all-embracing Open Systems Architecture announcements in November, Stratus Computer is reportedly working on a native implementation of Unix for its fault tolerant machines. Olivetti says the intention is to implement its X/OS version of Unix, which includes transaction processing enhancements, onto the Stratus-based CPS32 – XA2000 in Stratuspeak, System 88 from IBM – machine, so that it can be integrated more closely with the main Olivetti LSX range. Currently, Stratus offers a Unix facility running under its own VOS operating system, which Olivetti says is growing in popularity, and the different machines can already communicate via TCP/IP. No date has been set for completion of the work, and Stratus says it has not yet decided whether or not it will offer Unix to its own customers.

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