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Standard Industrial Classification Code

A four digit code used in business to classify the industry to which a company belongs. The SIC code was created by the U.S. government in 1937 to facilitate communication within and between businesses and industries. For the most part, the SIC was replaced by the six digit NAICS in 1997, but the SEC still uses the SIC. For example, an oil & gas exploration company might file with the SEC under the SIC code 1382.
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a developer of mainframe connectivity products, and StorageTek, a provider of enterprise information lifecycle management, today announced Luminex's Virtual/BLUE 3990 control unit has been certified interoperable with StorageTek FlexLine online storage systems for native mainframe direct access storage device (DASD) connectivity.
On the basis of the realistic developed load distribution, a new Hertzian and tooth root stress calculation method have been developed and compared with the calculation according to the DIN 3990 Standard.
Fairchild Fasteners, which makes aerospace products, moved into approximately 88,000 square feet at 3990 Heritage Oaks.
Today, all vendors provide look-a-likes of the 3880 and 3990 family of storage control devices, even though the architecture of each vendor's storage facility is totally different under the hood.
LRS), a global provider of innovative information technology solutions, today announced that the companies have entered into an agreement under which LRS will market and sell Luminex's Virtual|BLUE(TM) 3990 (V|B 3990) mainframe DASD control unit.
Specifying Fast Dump Restore (FDR), FDRABR and FDRINSTANTBACKUP for use with its Virtual/BLUE 3990 (V/B 3990) controller, Luminex also certified INNOVATION's FDRPAS as a V/B 3990 solution for non-disruptive installation and real time replication of existing mainframe DASD storage data to V/B 3990-based DASD.
This extends IBM's 3990 Storage Control Model 6 Remote Copy capability, which is intended to help customers recover quickly and completely from unplanned outages or disasters at a data center.
NYSE:STK)), the leading provider of enterprise information lifecycle management, today announced Luminex's Virtual/BLUE(TM) 3990 control unit has been certified interoperable with StorageTek FlexLine(TM) online storage systems for native mainframe direct access storage device (DASD) connectivity.
a leading supplier of data center connectivity products, and StorageTek(R) (NYSE:STK), the world's most trusted partner for storing and managing critical business information, today jointly announced the certified interoperability of StorageTek's Flexline(TM) storage systems on both Bus-Tech's Mainframe Appliance for Storage (MAS) 3480/3490 emulation and zDASD 3990 Controller products.
a leading supplier of data center connectivity products, announced significant enhancements to the zDASD 3990 Controller, its leading product for connecting mainframes to open system storage products in support of DASD (ECKD) file access.
a leading supplier of data center connectivity products, and Diligent Technologies, a leading enterprise data protection software provider for mainframe and open systems environments, today announced product certification and qualification of Diligent's Virtual Tape Facility Mainframe (VTF(TM) Mainframe) with Bus-Tech's zDASD 3990 Controller delivering greater-capacity and performance while providing customers significant cost savings for their tape-based backup and recovery needs.
Non-Disruptive Hardware Install, Instant Backup, and Restore from Disk Are Significant Time and Cost Savings Benefits Available to Customers Using INNOVATION z/OS Mainframe Data Storage Solutions Together with the Luminex Virtual/BLUE(TM) 3990 Controller