The information in this section is provided by the vendors
themselves, at their request. They assume all responsibility for
the validity of their respective claims. No endorsement is
implied by inclusion in this list. No slight is implied by
exclusion from this list. Here's
Note to vendors:Email your URL and product description
(no more than three lines please) and a link will be provided as soon
as is practical. Address your information to faq11 @ village.org.
- Strobe Data, Inc., http://www.strobedata.com/strobe/
In order to preserve the tested, mature code running on
the PDP-11 series machines, we have built a PDP-11 in a
PC. Our product is the Osprey and runs the PDP-11 code
unmodified. Submitted byjcook @ halcyon.com.
- Wilson Laboratories, Inc., 714-998-1980, M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm PDT,
The WBC-3000 removable media disk, is a direct replacement
for DEC and Pertec type 14 inch cartridge disk drives with
fixed or removable storage capacity of 2 1/2 to 30MB. This
product utilizes a Syquest EZ135 135MB removable cartridge
disk drive or a removable hard disk drive canister. Submitted
by R.Wilson-DBar @ worldnet.att.net.
- D Bit, http://www.dbit.com, e11 @ dbit.com
Ersatz-11 PDP-11 emulator for 80x86 PCs. Selectable CPU features
and peripheral configuration, significantly faster than an 11/93.
Submitted bywilson @ dbit.com.
- Mentec, http://www.mentec.com/PDP/PDP_PROD.HTM, sales @ mentec.com
Experts in PDP-11, owners of PDP-11 operating systems, networking and
layered products Mentec, a 20 year Digital Partner and OEM combines
software expertise with hardware development to provide upgrade paths
(S/W, board, and full system configurations) capable of taking PDP-11
implementations through 2000 and beyond. Submitted by
alex @ Mentec.Com.
- Setasi, http://www.setasi.com, (954) 321-6723, setasi @ aol.com
Setasi provides high speed memory products for all PDP11 UNIBUS-based
systems. We also manufacture the "Shelby" disk drive, a "plug and play"
replacement for all DEC RM and RP family disk drives. These are PC-size
units with either a fixed disk or removable optical cartridge.
Submitted by Michael Rosinski rosygt @ mail.mia.bellsouth.net.
- S&H Computer Systems, Inc., http://www.sandh.com
Product: TSX-Plus Version 6.5 - Y2K compatible version, runs with older
versions of RT-11. Submitted by Harry Sanders harry @ sandh.com.
- ABLE Communications Inc, http://www.able.com
ABLE's Microverter (Qbus to Unibus bus converter with I/O map) allows
software transparent migration to LSI-11 & Mentec Qbus processors. ABLE
also has many other legacy Unibus and Qbus replacement products.
Submitted by Peter Anthony peter @ able.com.
- Software Resources International http://www.charon-11.com
CHARON-11 is a PDP-11 software emulator for Windows NT, Linux,
OpenVMS or Tru64UNIX available from Software Resources
International (SRI). CHARON-11 executes binary PDP-11 code like
a hardware PDP-11 CPU, and also emulates most PDP-11 peripheral
hardware components at 3 - 4 times the speed of an
11/93. CHARON-11 contains extensive migration tools to support
integration of new hardware or applications on the host
platform. Submitted by Robert Boers robert.boers @ sri-gva.ch.
- The Logical Company http://www.logical-co.com sales @ logical-co.com
Logical's bus adapters allow you to connect your Unibus or Q-bus
equipment to Alpha systems or Pentium PCs. Compatible with
Charon-ll and Ersatz-11 PDP-11 emulators. Logical also provides
Q-bus replacement products and controllers for PCI migration.
Submitted by Julie Agotsch julie @ logical-co.com
- Dilog, aka DLI http://www.dilog.com info @ dilog.com, voice 714-508-1040, fax 714-508-1050
DLI/Dilog manufactures and services a line of disk and tape
controllers for Unibus and Qbus that emulate the MSCP and TMSCP
protocols. These may be used to replace unreliable and no
longer manufactured SMD and ESDI interface drives with new SCSI
drives. In many cases we can artificially limit the reported
drive size to the DEC OS to maintain compatability with older
software revisions or BIOS boot limitations.
Information provided by Jack Olson jacko @ dilog.com
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