Community Edition Licensing for GBS

GemTalk is pleased to announce the availability of Community licensing for GemBuilder for Smalltalk (GBS). This provides a starter GBS license that allows personal and commercial use of GBS, including production, with a Community-licensed GemStone server.

You will need separate licensing for the client Smalltalk products that support GBS, Cincom’s VisualWorks Smalltalk and Instantiation’s VA Smalltalk. Free and trial versions of these products may restrict use to personal or academic use. You may only use the GBS Community Edition license for purposes that are consistent with the licensing terms for the client Smalltalk product you use.

For Cincom, see VisualWorks Personal Use License; for Instantiations, see VA Smalltalk open source license or VA Smalltalk academic license.

The Community Edition license for GemBuilder is specific for use with a GemStone/S 64 Bit server that is licensed under the Community Edition license. It applies to all GemBuilder client platforms.

For more information, contact sales@gemtalksystems.com.

GemStone/S 64 Bit 3.4.2 released

GemStone/S 64 Bit v3.4.2 is a maintenance release, including feature enhancements and fixing a number of bugs.

See GemStone/S 64 Bit v3.4.2 for more information.

GemStone/S 64 Bit 3.3.7 released

GemStone/S 64 Bit v3.3.7 is a maintenance release, including minor feature enhancements and fixing a number of bugs.

See GemStone/S 64 Bit v3.3.7 for more information.

GemTalk celebrates five-year anniversary

GemTalk celebrates five-year anniversary with continued growth

Beaverton, OR June 29, 2018

GemTalk Systems is pleased to observe its 36th year of continuous operations and its 5th year as an independent company.

In May 2013, President and CEO Dan Ware acquired the assets of VWware’s GemStone division, forming GemTalk Systems LLC. Most significantly, the entire GemStone engineering team, which includes the original developers of the GemStone software, came to the newly formed company.

Our core customers, in industries as diverse as banking, shipping, government, public utilities, and facilities engineering, continue to appreciate the power and flexibility of GemStone server software. GemTalk has entered into closer collaborations with several customers, developing software to meet the latest technological challenges and providing expert staff augmentation. “Since acquiring GemTalk in 2013, we have grown the core Smalltalk business in four ways: with the addition of new customers, internal expansion with existing customers, our value added resellers network, and through customer mergers and acquisitions.” said Dan Ware. “The future looks very promising.”

GemTalk Systems is a platinum sponsor for the European Smalltalk Users Group conference, which is in Sardinia this year, and a sponsor of Smalltalk (FAST) Conferences in South America. GemTalk Engineers continue to be leaders in the Smalltalk community, both at conferences and in the Smalltalk open-source community.

“GemTalk’s core values of software excellence and commitment to the success of our customers remains strong, and this commitment and focus has resulted in consistent growth and strong financial results.” Mr. Ware continued, “We look forward to many successful years to come, as we continue to reinforce strong working partnerships with our customers.”

For more on the software and services that GemTalk provides, visit the GemTalk Systems website.

Contact:
Lisa Almarode, Marketing Communications
Lisa.Almarode(at)GemTalkSystems(dot)com
503-766-4702

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GemStone/S 64 Bit 3.4.1 released

GemStone/S 64 Bit v3.4.1 is a maintenance release, including some feature enhancements and fixing a number of bugs.

See GemStone/S 64 Bit v3.4.1 for more information.

GBS 5.4.4 released

GemBuilder for Smalltalk/VA version 5.4.4 is a maintenance release, adding support for GemStone/S 64 Bit v3.4 and VA Smalltalk 8.6.3, and fixing a number of bugs.

See GBS/VA version 5.4.4 for more information.