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Subject: Announcing: HP-UX/9000 is now available
Date: Fri, 8-Jul-83 17:07:55 EDT
Posted: Fri Jul 8 17:07:55 1983
Date-Received: Sat, 9-Jul-83 18:01:17 EDT
HP-UX/9000 (Series 500) was released to production and first customer
shipments today. The HP9000 Series 500/600/700 is Hewlett-Packard's
32-bit minicomputer available in desktop, rack, and pod configurations.
It features one to three CPUs, one to three IOPs (I/O processors), and
up to 2.5Mb of main memory. HP-UX is a family of products derived from
and compatible with Bell System III, with bug fixes and improved
documentation. It includes:
* Native kernel, compatible with standard UN*X, including VM.
* About 200 core commands, most from System III, plus additions.
* C, HP Fortran/77, and HP Pascal compilers.
* DGL (2D device independent graphics).
* AGP (3D device independent graphics).
* Local Area Network (LAN), based on Ethernet.
* Async (aterm, cu, and uucp).
* Remote Job Entry (RJE).
Sorry if you find this too "commercial" for the Net. I'm just posting
Alan Silverstein, Hewlett-Packard Fort Collins Systems Division, Colorado
ucbvax!hplabs!hpfcld!ajs, 303-226-3800 x3053, N 40 31'31" W 105 00'43"