The IBM AIX Version 6.1 has been withdrawn from the market, effective April 5, 2016. The following links provide information on the v 6.1.

AIX, the future of the UNIX operating system

Businesses today need to maximize the return on investment in information technology. Their IT infrastructure should have the flexibility to quickly adjust to changing business computing requirements and scale to handle ever expanding workloads—without adding complexity. But just providing flexibility and performance isn’t enough; the IT infrastructure also needs to provide rock-solid security and near-continuous availability and while managing energy and cooling costs.

These are just some of the reasons why more and more businesses are choosing the AIX operating system (OS) running on IBM systems designed with Power Architecture® technology. With its proven scalability, advanced virtualization, security, manageability and reliability features, the AIX OS is an excellent choice for building an IT infrastructure. And, AIX is the only operating system that leverages decades of IBM technology innovation designed to provide the highest level of performance and reliability of any UNIX operating system.

AIX

Highlights

  • IBM’s well-proven, scalable, open standards-based UNIX operating system
  • Features for virtualization, security, availability and manageability designed to make AIX® 6 even more flexible, secure and available than previous versions
  • Provides the support and exploitation of the IBM® POWER® technology and virtualization to help deliver superior performance, increase system utilization and efficiency, provide for easy administration and reduce total costs
  • Available in three Editions for even more capability and flexibility