The Inferno™ operating system

  title={The Inferno™ operating system},
  author={Sean Dorward and Rob Pike and David L. Presotto and Dennis M. Ritchie and Howard Trickey and Philip Winterbottom},
  journal={Bell Labs Technical Journal},
The Inferno™ operating system facilitates the creation and support of distributed services in the new and emerging world of network environments, such as those typified by CATV and direct satellite broadcasting systems, as well as the Internet. In addition, as the entertainment, telecommunications, and computing industries converge and interconnect, different types of data networks are arising, each one as potentially useful and profitable as the telephone network. However, unlike the telephone… CONTINUE READING
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