Open Firmware is Portable

Open Firmware is a portable in the sense that its design is not tied to any particular processor family nor to any particular expansion bus. Open Firmware was specifically designed to support a variety of different processor Instruction Set Architectures (ISAs) and different buses. Open Firmware is already in use on over a million machines, and is supported by several system vendors.

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Last Modified: February 9, 1996