If you received any snail mail via the U.S. Postal Service today, there's a very good chance it was handled by one or more DBCS (Delivery Bar Code Sorters). MMTI single-handedly developed the original DBCS Operating System for the U.S. Postal Service as a subcontractor to Martin Marietta Corporation.
Sitting beneath nearly 2,000 feet of granite at Cheyenne Mountain, near Colorado Springs, is the central collection and coordination center for a worldwide system of satellites, radars, and sensors that provide early warning of any missile, air, or space threat to North America. MMTI participated as a subcontractor in the development of the software running on these computers. If you'd like to learn more about this very impressive facility, just check with your favorite search engine for "Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center".
These are just two samples of the kind of work done by MMTI since we were founded 18 years ago to provide communications software products between large mainframe computers and microcomputers (PCs). VirtualLink was one such product, marketed by Martin Marietta and featured at a booth at the 1985 Comdex show in Las Vegas, Nevada. During the 1980s this product was used at the Chicago Board of Trade as the primary means of communications between PCs on the trading floor and the Tandem NonStop (TM) computers which controlled all trading operations.
As our business grew and the PC industry changed, we began to design and build custom desktop systems and offer network consulting services. In 1994 MMTI launched a new division, Sundial Internet Services, which became one of the first ISPs in the Central Florida area. This division was later sold to a national internet provider. Since that time we have concentrated on our web consulting and software development divisions in order to bring our customers the best products, service and support possible.
Micro Mainframe Technology, Inc. is a privately held, independent software development and consulting firm located in Orlando, Florida.
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