Omnibond Partners


NetIQ, an Omnibond OEM Partner, is an enterprise software company focused on customer success. Its portfolio for managing security and compliance, identity and access, and performance and availability helps organizations cost-effectively tackle information protection challenges, including PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX and NERC CIP.
NetIQ Web Site


Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Omnibond Partner in the AWS Marketplace, was launched by Amazon in 2006 so other organizations could benefit from Amazon’s experience and investment in running a large-scale, distributed, transactional IT infrastructure. AWS serves hundreds of thousands of customers worldwide and runs a global web platform serving millions of customers and managing billions of dollars’ worth of commerce every year. 
AWS Web Site


Dell, an Omnibond Reseller and OEM provider, has empowered countries, communities, customers and people everywhere to use technology to realize their dreams for more than 30 years. Omnibond's partnership with Dell & EMC revolves around High Performance Computing and Storage.

Dell has advanced in this market due to their ability to produce price-competitive, standards-based, reliable computers that match the needs of many HPC cluster buyers today. 
DellEMC Web Site


Omnibond was founded in 1999, initially licensing technology developed within Clemson's IT department (CCIT) through the Clemson Research Foundation (CURF).  The initial technology provided for Authentication Services for Windows, Unix and Mainframe systems.
Clemson Web Site


Since its inception in 1991, Linux has become a force in computing, powering everything from the New York Stock Exchange and mobile phones to supercomputers and consumer devices. The Linux Foundation is the nonprofit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux.

Founded in 2000, the Linux Foundation sponsors the work of Linux creator Linus Torvalds and is supported by leading technology companies and developers around the world.
Linux Foundation Web Site


SUSE is the original provider of the enterprise Linux distribution and the most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing. With a portfolio centered around SUSE Linux Enterprise, the company powers thousands of organizations around the world across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. SUSE, which grew more than threefold after it was acquired by Novell in 2004, now operates as an independent business unit of The Attachmate Group.
SUSE Web Site


Through Red Hat, hardware and software vendors can certify their technology on a standard platform. Red Hat makes mission-critical Linux deployments possible and brings the benefits of open source computing into an enterprise environment.
Red Hat Web Site


In IBM's view, today's networked economy has created a mandate for business change and a global business landscape where companies can distribute work and technology anywhere in the world. IBM works with clients to enable their businesses to compete in this new landscape.
IBM Web Site


HP provides technology solutions to consumers, businesses, and institutions across the globe. HP offerings span IT infrastructure, personal computing and access devices, global services and imaging and printing for consumers, enterprises and small and medium businesses.
HP Web Site


CA is a world leader in IT management software. Its products and expertise unify and simplify IT environments across the enterprise for greater business results, enabling customers to manage systems, networks, security, storage, applications, and databases securely and dynamically.
CA Web Site