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Section - 3.7 How does the Compaq merger affect the HP-UX roadmap?

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HP and Compaq both offered UNIX operating systems: HP-UX and Compaq Tru64
UNIX.

Decision: HP-UX will be the long-term UNIX for the new HP. Tru64 UNIX has
some very advanced features -- including clustering and file systems --
and some of those will be integrated into HP-UX over time.

Rationale: HP-UX has a much larger market share and installed base of
customers. It also has much broader ISV support than Tru64 UNIX.

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