Bridge to the past: OpenLegacy’s plan to bring mainframes into the 21st century

“Across many industries, legacy hardware – including mainframes – is still common. Whether it’s financial services, insurance, aviation, or car rental businesses, a lot of ‘old economy’ companies are using relics from an earlier era of computing. AS/400s, Unix-based systems, and similar hardware are still up and running in businesses across the world. They often underpin mission critical functions, and execute millions of transactions in seconds – and are all broadly brought together under the term ‘legacy computing’.” [1]

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[1] Niv Lilien for Tel Aviv Tech on ZDNet

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