|Jeffrey Eppinger, Michael L. Kazar, Alfred Spector, Dean Thompson, Joshua Bloch|
Transarc commercialized the Andrew File System (AFS), now OpenAFS, which was originally developed at Carnegie Mellon. As a member of the Open Software Foundation (later The Open Group), Transarc developed the DFS distributed filesystem component of the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) that was sold by Open Group members. Other products included the distributed transaction processing system Encina (a basis for IBM's UNIX-based CICS products; included in IBM's TXSeries and later WebSphere), and the Solaris binary distribution of the DCE.
Transarc was purchased by IBM in 1994 and became the IBM Pittsburgh Lab in 1999.
- Jeff Eppinger biography
- Alfred Spector biography
- Dean Thompson LinkedIn Profile
- Transarc Corporate Overview from 1999
- Facebook Alumni Group
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