New Entity Operations™ Project Branch
New Entity Operations Inc. is dedicated to two primary types of development projects, alongside continuous R&D efforts throughout the year. Our projects are strategically categorized as either 'current' or 'legacy,' ensuring a seamless integration between past innovations and future advancements. Additionally, several projects have been thoughtfully merged into consolidated branches, managed by our affiliate, New Entity Operations, LLC. These consolidated projects not only have the potential to be launched as standalone brands but also maintain a connection to our legacy branch, especially when they involve a focused codebase. Overall, New Entity Operations™ maintains a diverse portfolio of over 100 unique branches, each playing a pivotal role in our ongoing mission to create a cohesive and forward-looking portfolio of technological solutions.
About Project Branches
Legacy Branch: Any branch that is being pursued from the past, but now is being worked on under a different brand or with a different core focus than the initial project. There are over 50 legacy branches that represent a variety of different software development efforts accross many industry subsets. These subsets include advertising, operating systems, compilers, memory managers, cpu optimizers, and more. Legacy branches are usually partially complete but written in a language that has been dropped from our "current branch". We love PHP, but most of the PHP projects that were worked on are now considered a "Legacy Branch". With that said, in 2024, PHP is being considered again as a "Current Branch Implementation Language". To summarize the Legacy branch: Any branch that's being reintroduced as a full-scale product under new technical specifications, branding, or market-focus.
Consolidated Branch: Any software library that was consolidated as a full project into a specific commodity component of another project. These branches usually were in development or being offered to a limited customer base before being merged into a larger scale codebase. Some of these projects are also a part of the legacy branch.