Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 4th Apr 2003 04:44 UTC, submitted by Andrew
OS/2 and eComStation IBM today announced the availability of a 'special edition' of SciTech SNAP Graphics for OS/2. The SciTech System Neutral Access Protocol (SNAP) Graphics for OS/2 IBM Special Edition (a.k.a. SNAP Graphics/SE) is a set of graphic adapter device drivers (GRADD) supporting a variety of chip sets from the leading chip set manufacturers. SNAP Graphics/SE is the new compatible replacement for previous versions of SciTech Display Doctor for OS/2 IBM Special Edition (SDD/SE).
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Re: Marketing-speak overload...
by Bruno G. Albuquerque on Fri 4th Apr 2003 16:55 UTC

Actually GRADD, under OS/2, specifically refers to the Object-Oriented driver model (as opposed to the standard driver model). It may look like a cheesy acronym for people who do not know that but it is actually a good thing to mention for OS/2 users.