RALEIGH, NC — April 18, 2018 – Stromasys, Inc., the global leader in legacy system virtualization solutions, today announced the launch of its OpenVMS Operating System support on both the original VAX hardware and emulated platforms. This new initiative complements its virtualized Charon VAX platform. It is a seamless service solution that guarantees the legacy […]
In 2017, Stromasys and Equinix embarked on partnership to deliver an end-to-end solution for transiting legacy applications from outdated, unreliable hardware platforms to modern, cloud-based infrastructure. As technology alliance partners, Stromasys and Equinix are teaming up to take part in the Swiss IT Business Exhibition (24th-25th April 2018) in Geneva, Switzerland along with other […]
RALEIGH, NC — April 3, 2018 – Stromasys, Inc., the global leader in legacy server virtualization solutions, has named Susan Skonetski to the position of director of customer development. Ms. Skonetski will be responsible for assisting Stromasys with user modeling, forming a legacy hardware and software ecosystem, expanding growth opportunities, and helping to execute the […]
Read an interview with Chris Li, Stromasys managing director in Asia Pacific, about the important role of legacy hardware emulation in the semiconductor industry: SEAJ: What do you understand about Japan’s semiconductor industry? Mr. Chris Li, Stromasys managing director, Asia Pacific: I have been following the trends of the semiconductor industry worldwide, as I have […]
Read a recent interview with John Prot, CEO of Stromasys, as he discusses the company’s success in 2017 and plans for growth in 2018: How did Stromasys perform in 2017? What were the major accomplishments? 2017 was a record breaking year for Stromasys. Not only did our financials turn out to be the best […]
Charon-HPA is a software solution that creates a virtual HP 3000 [...]
The Charon solution worked exactly as it said it would. UBS gave us the level of backup that made it practical for us to do the installation ourselves, and they were always available on the phone when we needed them.
Rob Buxton, Solutions Architect at Wellington City Council