IBM's project to produce a 64-bit version of AIX to run on Intel's Itanium processor, codenamed Monterey, appears to be on track.
A source close to the company said that a product name has been chosen for Monterey and that this is now in the hands of the company's legal department for clearance.
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IBM originally said Monterey would be ready in late summer but it is possible that Intel's delayed plans for releasing the Itanium IA64 may make IBM hold back until the chip appears later this year.