HP intends to support the latest HP OpenVMS releases as well as the latest Windows operating systems. Not all new technologies will operate
with Advanced Server and PATHWORKS in all environments. Customers refreshing their Windows environments to the latest PC desktop that include Intelligent
Network Interface Controllers (NICS), hyper-threading, and support for plug-and-play hardware devices could experience server crashes and system instability.
In such complex environments, HP will make its best effort to provide support but cannot guarantee a resolution in all cases.
There are no plans to port Advanced Server for OpenVMS to the Integrity platform. It will remain on Alpha. For customers migrating to the Integrity platform,
we recommend the HP OpenVMS Common Internet File System (CIFS) based on Samba.
Please refer to the CIFS for Samba home page. HP OpenVMS will continue to qualify and
test the Advanced Server for OpenVMS product on future releases of the OpenVMS Operating system and the Alpha platform for the foreseeable future but we recommend migrating to the HP OpenVMS Common Internet
File System (CIFS) based on Samba for both the Alpha and Integrity platforms.
HP makes no warranties regarding the accuracy of any information disclosed. HP does not warrant or represent that it will indeed
introduce any product or feature. This time-sensitive information regarding future products is intended to facilitate planning processes for our customers.