BS2000


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BS2000

(operating system)
An operating system from SNI for mainframes.

http://mch.sni.de.public/bs2000/server.htm.
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I also intend to bring in the slips from a BS2000 and educate the customers beforehand, explaining the benefits of the system to them.
0, effectively BS2000 minus its communications infrastructure.
It has already ported the BS2000 mainframe operating system from its CMOS servers onto the MIPS RISC chips which power its Reliant Unix servers and has begun the work on porting it to Intel using a mechanism it calls DOCT, the same it used to get BS2000 up on MIPS in the first place.
Mia Vermeir, Finance Director of the city of Brussels, justifies the migration through their need to work with up-to-date technologies (graphical user interface, data accessibility O), the urgency to eliminate their technical dependence on the BS2000 platform and the savings that will be generated through a reduction in operational costs.
The SQ200 based hardware infrastructure required to access and purchase the current version of the software configuration and services related to the BS2000 system.
This suggests the company's success has less to do with any outstanding merit of the Siemens' BS2000 environment compared with IBM's OS/390, and more to do with the general slow down in OS/390 and other proprietary OS sales.
Legacy mainframe and mid-range platforms including BS2000, Bull GCOS, DEC VAX, DG, HP3000, ICL VME, Tandem, Unisys A series, Unisys 2200 and Wang
The BS2000 operating system in the tender documentation III.
The move should ensure some extra shelf life for BS2000 environments, which are mostly limited to the operations of a few hundred large German customers, but Siemens is also hopeful that the MIPS and IA-64 escape routes might even encourage a little growth among the 3,000 BS2000 licenses currently in the market.
The currently active for the BS2000 mainframes in use Disk Storage Systems (2 EMC DMX-4 storage systems) must be replaced.