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Pyramid Technology Corporation was a computer company that produced
a number of RISC-based minicomputers at the upper end of the
performance range. They also became the second company to ship a
multiprocessor Unix system, in 1985, which formed the basis of
their product line into the early 1990s. Pyramid's OS/x was a
dual-universe Unix which supported programs and system calls from
both 4.xBSD and AT&T's System V Unix. In 1995 Pyramid was
bought by Siemens AG and merged into their Siemens Computer Systems
US unit. In 1998 this unit was split, with the services side of the
operation becoming Wincor Nixdorf. In 1999 Siemens and Fujitsu
merged their computer operations to form Fujitsu Siemens Computers,
and finally Amdahl was added to the mix in 2000.
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