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  2. Vonage - Wikipedia

    While the company supports porting a U.S. telephone number via the FCC's local number portability (LNP), not every phone number is available in every area code. Additionally, customers can transfer an existing number to Vonage, which can take up to 7 to 10 business days from the time the customer completes the Number Transfer Authorization (NTA).

  3. History of Unix - Wikipedia

    AT&T responded by issuing a standard, the System V Interface Definition (SVID, 1985), and required conformance for operating systems to be branded "System V". In 1984, several European computer vendors established the X/Open consortium with the goal of creating an open system specification based on Unix (and eventually the SVID). [30]

  4. HP-UX - Wikipedia

    HP-UX 11i offers a common shared disks for its clustered file system. HP Serviceguard is the cluster solution for HP-UX. HP Global Workload Management adjusts workloads to optimize performance, and integrates with Instant Capacity on Demand so installed resources can be paid for in 30-minute increments as needed for peak workload demands.

  5. Microprocessor - Wikipedia

    Intel introduced the 8086 as a cost-effective way of porting software from the 8080 lines, and succeeded in winning much business on that premise. The 8088 , a version of the 8086 that used an 8-bit external data bus, was the microprocessor in the first IBM PC .

  6. Machinima, Inc. - Wikipedia,_Inc.

    Machinima, Inc. was an American multiplatform online entertainment network owned by WarnerMedia.The company was founded in January 2000 by Hugh Hancock and was headquartered in Los Angeles, California.

  7. Mobilicity - Wikipedia

    In December 2014, following the recapitalization of WIND Mobile by new investors, it offered $60 in service credits and a free SIM card to customers porting a number from Mobilicity. During January and February 2015, WIND offered Mobilicity customers a free SIM card and six months of free service on the WIND35 plan for switching.

  8. Linux kernel - Wikipedia

    The Linux kernel is a free and open-source, monolithic, modular, multitasking, Unix-like operating system kernel.It was originally authored in 1991 by Linus Torvalds for his i386-based PC, and it was soon adopted as the kernel for the GNU operating system, which was written to be a free (libre) replacement for Unix.

  9. C (programming language) - Wikipedia

    C (pronounced like the letter c) is a general-purpose computer programming language.It was created in the 1970s by Dennis Ritchie, and remains very widely used and influential.