OpenVME

OpenVME

An operating system from Fujitsu Services (formerly ICL) that was introduced in 1994 for its Series 39 mainframes and carried forth on its Trimetra systems. OpenVME is the open systems version of the VME operating system, which includes all the open interfaces previously available as an option. In late 1992, VME had already achieved XPG4 branding for its conformance to open systems standards. See VME.
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Furthermore, it claims that the archiving, back-up, systems management and failure knowledge that ICL brought to its OpenVME mainframe operating system can now be brought to NT.
Its Millennium Strategy is based on providing fully integrated, multi-operating systems on a single platform that allow customers to choose the optimum mix of OpenVME, SCO UnixWare and Windows NT.
ICL continues to work closely with Intel to ensure the early availability of the OpenVME operating system on IA-64 platforms.
Making these applications available with Merced technology and OpenVME in the Millennium product line will deliver unprecedented power and scalability to ICL customers.
It says that the archiving, back-up, systems management and failure knowledge that ICL brought to its OpenVME mainframe operating system can now be brought to NT.