CRN Applications and OS News

  • Coming Soon To Servers: 10GbE
    System builders looking for ways to increase bandwidth and throughput should take a look at Neterion's Xframe 10GbE NICsbefore the competition does.
  • Oracle Deepens Its Vertical Role
    In the past few weeks, Oracle has bought Net4Call, HotSip and Portal Software. While none of these pickups were on the scale of its multibillion-dollar purchases of PeopleSoft and Siebel, they still bear watching.
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    Pep Boys Gets IT Tune-Up
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  • Analysis: Open-Source Promenade
    Whether Red Hat's $350 million purchase of JBoss last month proves a wise decision strategically or financially over the long term, it was one that Red Hat had to pull the trigger on if it hopes to compete in the higher-value business-software market.
  • Company willing to parlay new-launch profits to build for future.

    Microsoft's Upcoming Trade-Off
    Microsoft expects revenue for its upcoming fourth quarter to fall in the $11.5 billion to $11.7 billion range, representing 13 percent to 15 percent growth over the year-ago period.
  • JDA Software To Acquire Manugistics
    JDA Software plans to acquire Manugistics Group for about $211 million in cash in a deal that will create a $390 million supply-chain and revenue management company.
  • CA Warns Of Disappointing 4Q Earnings
    Preliminary financial results for CA's 2006 fiscal fourth quarter indicate substantially poorer-than-expected earnings, the software company said Tuesday.
  • Sendia acquisition gives rise to AppExchange mobile Goes Mobile
    In April, announced AppExchange Mobile, which was a result of its acquisition of Sendia for $15 million in cash. Sendia's application technology will enable more than 60 on-demand applications currently on AppExchange to extend to any mobile device or Web-enabled PC with no extra development cost or complexity.
  • Cisco, Microsoft Join Forces In SMB Market
    Cisco Systems and Microsoft are bolstering their channel efforts to support the integration of Cisco’s VoIP platform with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 for the SMB market.