Computer Dictionary/Open Software Foundation

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(OSF) A foundation created by nine computer vendors,

(Apollo, DEC, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Bull, Nixdorf, Philips, Siemens and Hitachi) to promote "Open Computing". It is planned that common operating systems and interfaces, based on developments of Unix and the [[Computer Dictionary/X Window System|X Window System]] will be forthcoming for a wide range of different hardware architectures. OSF announced the release of the industry's first open operating system - OSF/1 on 23 October 1990.

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