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It Takes More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web
Compaq Computer Corporation, desperate to get some kind of high-end UNIX benefit from its ill-conceived acquisition of Digital Equipment Corp., has announced

sun spec  intend to go after Sun Microsystems (the current leader) in that regard. Rather, the focus appears to be on the traditional strengths of the former Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) hardware - datacenter, high performance technical computing (HPTC), and internal infrastructure (e.g., e-mail, process management). This is not necessarily a bad thing, just a defocusing of the official Internet infrastructure effort. We are concerned that Compaq's current Alpha marketing strategy appears to be Read More...
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Compaq's Alpha - Moving Toward Its Omega?
Compaq's powerful Alpha processor is reaching a crucial juncture - will Compaq expend the effort necessary for it to challenge Intel's dominance, or is it

sun spec  well as workstations from Sun Microsystems (Unix), and Unix-based servers. Workstations: Sun (52% of Unix mkt./0% of Win mkt),HP (16%U/23%W), Dell (0%U, 23%W) Intel-based servers: Compaq ProLiant (30+% of Intel market), Dell(~15%), HP, IBM(~10% ea.) Unix server competition: Sun, HP, IBM Sales for Alpha are increasing slightly (year-over-year). Alpha-based products are about 7% of the market (NT server and workstation volume) and about 7% of the Unix market [Source: Compaq]. Alpha is unlikely to overtake Read More...
GMAC Web-Enables Legacy Data With NEON Systems Shadow Direct
GMAC is pushing for enterprise-wide web enablement of existing IT assets to support customer self-service platforms. NEON Systems’ Shadow Direct product gives

sun spec  for Java v. 2.0 Sun JDK v. 1.1.7b Macromedia Dreamweaver HTML tool BEA WebLogic v 4.5 Web server and application server And the following hardware: 2 Sun E4000s as production servers - one is the Web server, the other is the application server Test system servers on Windows NT Development system desktop on Windows NT Speed and Support Even the Visual Basic demo impressed Sadler. There is an area where you're instructed how to use the Shadow Direct psuedo-stored procedure for SQL calls, he said. You Read More...
IFS Ends Year with a Few Bangs
IFS has had a pretty decent time of late, but the company has apparently had a great end to 2013 if one judges by a slew of new win announcements. Senior

sun spec  such as the previous Sun International deal , demonstrate that IFS can now support the administrative ERP requirements of large enterprises. I think historically IFS has been seen as a leader in the operational side of ERP, production, asset management, service management, etc., but not as a solution that was able to compete against SAP, Oracle, Infor , and the like in strictly a corporate solution selection.   Now the market is increasingly recognizing that IFS is able to compete in this space, in Read More...
What’s All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway?
Vendors love to quote benchmarks in their product literature, press releases, and any place they think someone will use the numbers to make a buying decision

sun spec  All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway? What's All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway? R. Krause - Februrary 12, 2001 Overview   In the world of high performance computing, everyone wants to know how well a system performs before deciding to buy it. Benchmarks provide a relatively objective way of determining how well a system will perform under given conditions. What customers need to know is: which benchmarks are relevant to their particular needs, and which ones don't matter? In this article, we will go Read More...
Sun’s Java Won’t Be In Microsoft’s .NET - Complicate Your Integration? You .BET
Sun and Microsoft have announced a settlement in Sun’s lawsuit regarding Microsoft’s use of Java technology. Microsoft was given the choice of conforming to

sun spec  standard for something , Sun Microsystems Inc. and Microsoft Corporation recently announced a settlement in Sun's lawsuit regarding Microsoft's use of Java technology. Microsoft was given the choice of conforming to the published Java standard or opting out of the technology, they chose to opt out. Under terms of the agreement, Microsoft can continue to use the outdated version of Java which it had licensed for the next seven years, but cannot use Java in their .NET initiative. Once again, we are left Read More...
Siemens Acquires Preactor
If Dassault Systemes’ recent acquisition of Apriso was to cut into Siemens manufacturing execution systems (MES) and manufacturing operations management (MOM

sun spec  Acquires Preactor If Dassault Systemes ’ recent  acquisition of Apriso  was to cut into Siemens manufacturing execution systems (MES) and manufacturing operations management (MOM) prowess and advantage, the thrill might have been short-lived. Namely, Siemens quickly responded by  acquiring the Preactor Group headquartered in Chippenham in the UK for an undisclosed price. Preactor's advanced planning and scheduling (APS) software solutions will join the Siemens MOM portfolio. Once the deal is Read More...
Sun to Make Solaris Source Code Available
Sun Microsystems Inc. plans to make the source code of its Solaris operating system freely available to the public.

sun spec  Solaris Source Code Available Sun to Make Solaris Source Code Available R.A. Krause - October 6th, 1999 Event Summary October 1, 1999 Sun Microsystems Inc., in a major shift, plans to make the source code of its Solaris operating system freely available to the public in an attempt to parallel the success of the popular Linux operating system. (Sun's complete product line of servers and workstations run on Solaris, its version of the Unix operating system.) Sun is not going to give away Solaris, but does Read More...
Massive Data Requires Massive Measures
One thing we learned in the data warehouse and data management world is that when it comes to the analysis of big data, there is also a lot of big money

sun spec  Massive Measures   From Sun Tzu’s The Art of War : In the operations of war, where there are in the field a thousand swift chariots, as many heavy chariots, and a hundred thousand mail-clad soldiers, with provisions enough to carry them a thousand Li, the expenditure at home and at the front, including entertainment of guests, small items such as glue and paint, and sums spent on chariots and armor, will reach the total of a thousand ounces of silver per day. Such is the cost of raising an army of Read More...
e-PLM
NGC@s e-PLM is a Web-based solution for line planning, style spec development, costing, and Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) compliance. It

sun spec  PLM NGC’s e-PLM is a Web-based solution for line planning, style spec development, costing, and Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) compliance. It includes functionality for workflow, collaboration, and exception management. e-PLM integrates with e-SPS, NGC’s Web-based companion for purchase order (PO) distribution, work-in-process (WIP) tracking, quality control, and inbound logistics. Read More...
Does Microsoft Have Something Against 64-Bit Processors?
More cracks appear in the Wintel duolith, as Linux appears to be the first OS “ready for prime time” on Intel’s 64-bit “Itanium” processor. Despite Microsoft’s

sun spec  spat between Intel and Sun Microsystems Inc. over Solaris for Itanium, leaves Linux looking like it may become the most viable operating system for Itanium, when the chip ships in the third quarter of this year. No Preordained Plan The way the Itanium OS story is unfolding is more a result of market forces than any preordained plan on Intel's part. Intel officials at its semi-annual Intel Developer Forum in Palm Springs this week said they were unaware of any change in Microsoft's plans to deliver Read More...
Lotus Announces Upcoming Release of ASP Solution Pack
SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 26, 1999 -- At ISPCON'99, IBM's Lotus Development Corp. today announced the ASP Solution Pack, a hosted applications offering that

sun spec  for Microsoft Windows NT, Sun Solaris and AIX, support for Linux and AS/400 will be added after the initial release. The product is expected for release to manufacturing in the 2nd Quarter of 2000 (probability 70%). The product is targeted at small and mid-sized businesses, which make up the primary user base in the ASP arena. Lotus is the first of the big three to offer a lightweight, all-in-one groupware system designed specifically for ASPs. The ASP market is still in relative infancy, however it is Read More...
Liberty Alliance vs. WS-I; J2EE vs. .NET; Overwhelmed .YET? Part 1: Latest Announcements
On one hand, some archrivals (e.g., Microsoft, IBM, and Oracle) are becoming strange bedfellows, while, on the other hand, the others (e.g., Microsoft and Sun

sun spec  the members' list was Sun Microsystems that seemingly has plans on its own. Its recent introduction of a counterpart organization, named the Liberty Alliance, was an attempt to gain leadership in the area of identity, authentication and authorization open standards through an alliance that will oppose Microsoft's counterpart Passport authentication (single sign-on) efforts. Another crucial event pertinent to the adoption of Web services should be Microsoft's recent launch of the software development Read More...

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