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Robert Borsuk
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  • New Baltimore, MI
  • United States
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What is your industry?
How long have you worked with the Wang VS?
Not at all
What are your primary VS languages?
Are you presently actively working with a VS?
Is your VS the enterprise processor?
No it's limited special purpose

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At 2:39pm on June 3, 2009, Robert Borsuk said…
Hi Thomas,
Oh. Sorry. I'm looking to port a couple of VS 6230 Cobol apps to Fujitsu cobol on .net. So I'm really looking for a legacy system.
At 2:24pm on June 3, 2009, Thomas Junker said…
Hi Robert. I didn't ask what machines you brought, I asked what machines brought you here.

You're looking for a VS? A word of caution: the legacy machines are no longer worth having or, if you have one, very problematic to keep running. No legacy equipment to speak of has been manufactured in the last 10-15 years other than CPU upgrades, official support was ended last summer, and parts are becoming very hard to find.

That said, the New VS is a thoroughly modern, completely viable replacement for any legacy VS. It is sold by performance tier, with the lowest tier exceeding all VS5000 models and the highest tier delivering about 2.4 times the performance of the legacy high-end VS18950.

If you tell us something of your intended use for a VS we can help you determine which tier may be best for you. Tier upgrades at a later time are quick and easy and involve no hardware changes.

Tom Junker
At 11:53am on May 23, 2009, Thomas Junker said…
Welcome, Robert. Tell me more about the VS you have that brought you here.

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