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As the operating system added new functionality (computer networking, for instance), the size and complexity of the kernel grew, too.
Unix pipes offered a conceptual system that could be used to build arbitrarily complex solutions out of small interacting programs.
Experimental research on Mach appears to have ended, although Mach and its derivatives exist within a number of commercial operating systems.
These include Ne XTSTEP and Open Step, upon which mac OS is based—all using the XNU operating system kernel which incorporates an earlier, non-microkernel, Mach as a major component.
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Pipes were built on the underlying input/output system.
Mach was developed as a replacement for the kernel in the BSD version of Unix, so no new operating system would have to be designed around it.
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The lead developer on the Mach project, Richard Rashid, has been working at Microsoft since 1991 in various top-level positions revolving around the Microsoft Research division.
Another of the original Mach developers, Avie Tevanian, was formerly head of software at Ne XT, then Chief Software Technology Officer at Apple Inc. Mach's name Mach evolved in a euphemization spiral: While the developers, once during the naming phase, had to bike to lunch through rainy Pittsburgh's mud puddles, Tevanian joked the word muck could serve as a backronym for their Multi-User [or Multiprocessor Universal] Communication Kernel.