The Accelerated-X server is built on top of the X386 X server that was created by Thomas Roell for X11 Release 5. He founded a company in Colorado named Xi Graphics which still provides the Accelerated-X server.
The XFree86 project was intentionally created as a free alternative to the Accelerated-X server.
A particularly notable feature of the Accelerated-X server is that it supports "overlay mode" on several graphics cards which basically means that old UNIX-programs that are tailored to 256 fixed colors (8-bit PseudoColor) can run in parallel with modern applications using 24-bit TrueColor.
Accelerated Payment Technologies Introduced Following Sale of CAM Commerce Point-of-sale Software Division.(Company overview)
Jun 08, 2010; The sale of the CAM Commerce point-of-sale software division to Robertson Piper Software Group (RPSG) has opened the way for...