IBM said Monday that it is partnering with ACI Worldwide, an electronic payment software vendor, to create a payments system based on service oriented architecture (SOA) principles.
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VMWare said this week that SAP will support its software running on VMWare's ESX Server, in 64-bit Windows and Linux environments.
Sun Microsystems announced a pair of release dates for xVM Ops Centre 1.0, its new virtualisation management console.
HP has announced a suite of software aimed at capturing a stronger stake in the burgeoning IT automation market.
A VMWare official on Friday scoffed at Oracle's contention that its recent entry into the virtualization market performs better than "the existing leader server virtualization product."
Sun Microsystems said Tuesday it plans to buy Vaau, a Torrance, California-based vendor of ERM (enterprise role management) and identity compliance software.
IBM is expected today to announce a set of Rational software products for modernizing applications running on its flagship System Z mainframes.
A top official from Microsoft's developer division showcased an array of new development technologies this week, including a demo of the game World of Warcraft running within the company's Visual Studio integrated development environment.
Microsoft has issued the first preview of the Sync Framework, a way for software developers to inject data synchronization capabilities into applications.
Microsoft is set to release a pair of low-cost enterprise search products, a move one company official said comes at a time when the market in question is "at a tipping point."
BEA Systems made good on its promise to let a Sunday 5 p.m. Pacific Time deadline expire on Oracle's US$17-per-share offer to buy the company.
BEA Systems board of directors has named an acquisition price to competitor and suitor Oracle: US$21 a share, $4 more than Oracle's initial offer.
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