Sine Nomine Associates, Inc. Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

Dr. E. Margarete Ziemer, CEO and co-founder, explains: "Founded in 1999, the company was conceived as a research and development engineering firm which transforms emerging technology into practical business solutions. This goal has been the consistent lead theme for our expert team's work, as well as the company's vision and everyday practice."

The company's Latin name (pronounced See-Nay-Nom-In-Ay, SNA for short) translates to without name or anonymous and was chosen to signal that they never wish to steal the spotlight. Instead, they place top priority on helping customers do great things while SNA remains behind the scenes. They support open source solutions such as OpenAFS distributed file system technology, to help companies find cost-effective answers to complex challenges. The firm also created a variety of tools for mainframe computers like their Linux on Z High Availability Option, their ClefOS (Red Hat's CentOS optimized for the mainframe) or their NJE-IP Bridge products. Other enterprise solutions round out the company's high-level offerings. "Our portfolio experienced exceptional growth over the past years," said Ziemer. "Moving forward, our focus remains on advanced solutions and superb support while we are breaking new ground."

Over the past twenty years, Sine Nomine Associates has built an ever-evolving network of experts that continually exceeds their customer's needs and expectations.  Word is the company plans to announce an offering in Creative Support Services built upon Unity technology. This offering will benefit individuals and corporations alike, providing solutions for any size customer.

Ziemer emphasizes: "We sincerely thank all our past and current customers and our associates. We could not have reached this milestone without your trust and support."
 

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