Nemonix Engineering Partners with VMS Software to Provide Openvms Hardware Products

By CIOReview | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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BOLTON, MA: Nemonix Engineering, provider of mission critical applications and enterprise systems announces that it has partnered with VMS Software to provide OpenVMS-compatible hardware products.

 Nemonix will support all hardware platforms that run OpenVMS, from the latest Itanium-based blades to legacy VAX and Alpha servers. Nemonix is particularly adept at bridging the hardware gap between legacy and modern hardware systems.

“We are happy that VSI is launching the latest version of OpenVMS this spring. With OpenVMS’ future assured by VSI, we are looking forward to produce new, advanced products and services for that platform. Nemonix’ hardware solutions for VAX, Alpha, and now Integrity, will help customers both maximize the stability and performance of their existing, older hardware, and enhance the capabilities of modern, PCIe-based servers—all while running the latest versions of VSI’s OpenVMS operating system,” says Nemonix founder and CTO, Daniel Bumbarger.

With the launch of VSI’s OpenVMS 8.4-1H1 “Bolton” release, Nemonix will ensure that its new VMS hardware, including advanced 10 and 40-gigabit PCIe controllers, are compatible with VSI’s latest Bolton release. Following VSI’s spring launch, Nemonix will offer packaged hardware services that will also feature best-of-class consulting services from our network of OpenVMS partners, including VSI’s Professional Services group. The Nemonix hardware bundle combines these partner services with Nemonix’ own expert ability to stabilize, repair, upgrade and maintain OpenVMS-based servers. The bundled services will be offered as a yearly subscription service.

“We are thrilled that Nemonix will be releasing advanced, OpenVMS 8.4-1H1-compatible controllers for HP’s latest Integrity rack mounts and blades. We are also looking forward to teaming up with Nemonix to provide VSI’s professional consulting services as part of Nemonix’ packaged hardware support offering. Customers will have a formidable team managing their OpenVMS hardware and software requirements,” says Duane Harris, CEO of VMS Software.