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Celebrating 35 Years of Innovation
This February marks the 35th anniversary of IBM AIX! For over three decades, AIX has been the cornerstone of mission-critical computing for enterprise organizations in highly complex industries while evolving to introduce a wealth of new hybrid cloud and opensource capabilities.
Throughout the year, you will have the opportunity to hear from IBM executives, SME’s, AIX influencers, AIX customers and more as they share their AIX story! Also, you will get a chance to gain more insights on how AIX will prepare clients for the future.
To stay updated and learn more about AIX 7.3, please visit IBM AIX!
Started with AIX version 3.1 on several IBM machines, and if I can remember it one of the first machines was an IBM 350 and the bigger one 550 (mca machines). And indeed a lot changed, now working with IBM P9 machines, always loved the Power environment for its robust and stable platform. And not to forget the great support from the IBM people!
As an IBMer working around AIX for over 30 years, it's been great to see AIX evolve from a uniprocessor workstation OS to a highly robust and scalable operating system that runs some of the most demanding workloads in the industry.
I spent my first day at IBM installing AIX version 2 onto an IBM PC RT using a stack of 5.25" floppy disks. Things have changed a lot since then.