Looking to make WebSphere the Internet application server of choice, IBM is adding a wide range of features and is expected to announce it will now become the centrepiece for IBM's Web-to-host, server load balancing, and Internet integration products.
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IBM Corp. claims it has developed technology that could take much of the headache out of managing digital credentials for e-business.
IBM Corp. has announced a new RS/6000 SP Unix-based supercomputer with new high-speed switching and clustering technology that will let it execute 12.3 trillion operation per second - or one online transaction for every human being in the world per minute.
Big Blue recently picked up its marbles and walked away from a storage area network (SAN) management standards body led by EMC Corp., claiming the latter is not interested in open standards.
Host controller manufacturer Bus-Tech Inc. is branching out from its traditional mainframe access roots.
Looking to articulate best practices and agree upon standards, 19 vendors have formed a management service provider consortium.
OpenView is central to all of Hewlett-Packard Co.'s Internet software plans, according to the company's top executive, Carly Fiorina.
IBM Corp. is rolling out a set of storage-area network offerings to appeal to midsize customers relying on Intel-based servers to do e-business.
A new turnkey package from ResQNet.com Inc. lets users access legacy mainframe, AS/400 applications via wireless devices such as Palm Inc. PDA's, Pocket PCs, Windows CE devices and cell phones.
Central to all of Hewlett-Packard Co.'s Internet software plans is OpenView, according to none other than the firm's chief, Carly Fiorina.
Companies concerned about the security risks involved with letting end users access network resources via wireless devices might want to consider enhancements coming to Tivoli Systems' security management software.
Net performance software vendor NetScout Systems Inc. is buying out rival NextPoint Networks Inc.
In a move to attract wholesale and industrial supply companies, IBM Corp. recently announced a strategic alliance with Stockholm, Sweden International Business Systems to produce a full-service global supply chain management package for enterprise users. Running IBS apps over IBM hardware and middleware frameworks, users will be able to buy an integrated set of SCM, customer relationship management and order fulfillment offerings.
IBM Corp. is introducing a slew of AS/400 servers with new chip technology and software aimed at improving Web server performance.
Large users looking to bring legacy CICS transactions into the Web-based e-commerce world may want to look at new software from Neon Systems Inc.