Advanced Interactive eXecutive (AIX) is an enterprise-class UNIX operating system for the POWER and PowerPC IBM processor architecture and also IBM Servers: pSeries, System P and Power Systems.
|Latest stable version||AIX 7|
AIX was the first operating system that had a log file system, and IBM continually improved software with features such as processor, disk and network virtualization, the allocation of dynamic hardware resources (including fractional processors) and engineering reliability ported from its mainframes.
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