Alpha and VAX Computer Replacement

There are two good reasons why important applications run in OpenVMS or Tru64 on Alpha or VAX computers: reliability and stability. However, the retirement of Alpha and VAX computer lines may put your operation at risk.

This is something you need to address - and quickly.

Moving to a new hardware platform seems the most obvious way to go. Unfortunately new hardware (x86) is not compatible with your existing Alpha/VAX software. This may force you into software migration, which is a complex process requiring serious investments of both time and money. Not exactly a tempting prospect.

The best solution is to run your existing software on a virtual equivalent of the original Alpha or VAX hardware, but now on a modern X86-type system. Our vtAlpha and vtVAX products support exactly that, without changing your software.

It is the quickest and least expensive way to replace the old hardware.

This website explains how our products help you to fix your problem with the old hardware. Click on either Alpha or VAX below or start with your operating system. We also show you how to modernize your existing Alpha or VAX environment quickly and efficiently without making any code changes in your current software.

Alpha-button VAX-button Modernize-button X86-button