30 years of QNX: The first QNX website

Here’s something you won’t find anywhere else, not even on the Internet Archive: A facsimile of the very first QNX home page, as it appeared in Spring 1995.

The page design may have been primitive by today’s standards, but on the other hand, you didn’t have to navigate through a maze of columns, tabs, and banners to find what you wanted. Good, that.

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A year later, QNX boldly went where no operating system vendor had gone before and embraced a 3D Star Trek look:

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Note the logo on both pages — this was back when QNX supported any processor as long as it was x86. All that changed a few years later with the release of the QNX Neutrino RTOS, which was designed to run on multiple platforms: ARM, PowerPC, MIPs, SH-4, etc.

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