Hewlett Packard announced revisions to its HP/UX 11 64 bit Unix operating system (OS) this week, which originally shipped in November 1997.
The OS can now run on 32 processors and support 32Gb of memory, its system resource management software has been enhanced to handle more I/O, processors and memory, and it now supports the euro currency.
Users will be able to buy the additional functionality in extension packs from 1 March in the US and shortly after in Europe, but HP UX 11.1, which includes Numa support and extended clustering capabilities, is expected to ship in the third quarter.
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