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  • BEA, IBM Shore Up Development Offerings

    Infrastructure rivals BEA Systems and IBM each will spice up their development and middleware offerings this week, relying heavily on recipes that seek to blend disparate software pieces into one. BEA is further unifying its WebLogic platter of offerings in an attempt to attract a wider stable of ISVs. For its part, IBM will be revamping its WebSphere Business Integration server and unveiling two new products that feature technologies gained in corporate acquisitions made last year.

  • StorageTek Tiers Partner Effort

    StorageTek this week plans to unveil its Total Channel Program aimed at ensuring its channel sales continue to outpace the company's overall sales.

  • Test Center: BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 Stands Out

    BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 can be thought of as the Microsoft Visual Studio of the Java world. Workshop now offers a single framework to develop Web applications end to end, connecting the company's Portal product and WebLogic's Liquid Data into applications through Workshop with a few lines of code.

  • Fiorina Receives $2.9M Bonus

    Carly Fiorina, chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard Co., received a $2.9 million bonus for fiscal year 2002, according to a regulatory filing.

  • Judge Orders BlackBerry Patent Mediation

    A U.S. company that won $23 million in a patent infringement suit over the popular BlackBerry device was in court-ordered mediation with the Canadian manufacturer on Friday.

  • <i>CRN</i> Interview: Adam Bosworth, BEA Systems

    Editor's Note: At its annual eWorld conference this week in Orlando, Fla., BEA will give attendees a report card on its progress for the past year and outline its vision of an application integration future that leverages XML Web services. In an interview with CRN Editor in Chief Michael Vizard and Senior Editor Elizabeth Montalbano, BEA Vice President of Engineering Adam Bosworth talks about where BEA is headed, the strategic importance of XMLBeans and tools that any programmer can use.

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