Mainframe

Mainframe is a messaging platform for the workplace. Built to enhance each employee’s work environment — more engagement, more transparency, more collaboration, and more productivity.

Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
2013
Size (employees)
3 (est)
Mainframe was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People at Mainframe

Mick Hagen

Mick Hagen

Founder & CEO

Mainframe Office Locations

Mainframe has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
8 Warner Yard

Mainframe Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2013

Total Funding

$300 k

Latest funding size

$200 k

Time since last funding

almost 3 years

Investors

Mainframe's latest funding round in October 2014 was reported to be $200 k. In total, Mainframe has raised $300 k

Traffic Overview of Mainframe

Mainframe Online and Social Media Presence

Mainframe News and Updates

IBM wants to bring machine learning to the mainframe

 IBM wants to bring machine learning to its traditional mainframe customers, and eventually to any technology with large data stores hidden behind a company firewall in what IBM calls a “private cloud.” Yes mainframes, those ginormous computing machines from an earlier age, are still running inside …

Erich Bloch, Who Helped Develop IBM Mainframe, Dies at 91

In 1964, he transformed computing with the System/360, the foundation for the modern operating system that would host various software programs.

This Teenage IBM Employee Got His Job By Buying An Old Mainframe Computer

19-year-old Connor Krukosky has been collecting computers for years. His latest relic helped land him a job. 19-year-old Connor Krukosky has been collecting computers for years. His latest relic helped land him a job.The IBM z890 Mainframe computer weighs 1,500 pounds and stand…

LzLabs launches product to move mainframe COBOL code to Linux cloud

 Somewhere in a world full of advanced technology that we write about regularly here on TechCrunch, there exists an ancient realm where mainframe computers are still running programs written in COBOL. This is a programming language, mind you, that was developed in the late 1950s, and used widely in …

Mainframe Company Life and Culture

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