About PARSEC Group

PARSEC Group was founded in 1986 to deliver the highest level of training and customer service with the best expertise in the industry.

We started with VMS training classes, and quickly expanded our services to include the full-range of technical support, consulting, software development and in-depth training for OpenVMS, Unix (including Tru64 UNIX, HP-UX, AIX, IRIX, and Oracle Solaris), Linux (including Red Hat and SUSE), programming languages such as Fortran, C, Pascal, and more.

Our customer base encompasses Fortune 500 corporations to entrepreneurial startups, in the US and internationally, and we are world renowned for our expertise in both OpenVMS and Unix.

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What's a PARSEC?


PARSEC: pär•sek
As a unit of measurement used for interstellar distance, one parsec is the distance to a star that shows a parallax, or apparent shift in position, of one second of arc when viewed from opposite sides of the earth's orbit. The word parsec is an abbreviation of the words “parallax of one arcsecond. The distance is approximately 31 trillion kilometres or 19 trillion miles, roughly 3.26 light-years.


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