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June 8, 2011 By CzechMex


SB Hexadecimal Editor is a tool that allows you to view or edit the raw contents of a file in the Windows environment. Editing files...

September 4, 2008 by

From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture

The appliance computing culture earned its successes by focusing on the revenue generation side - and that, in turn, drove its own evolution to database technology, the "application as interfaces to data" view, and tight evolutionary links between University research groups and companies like DEC and DG.

March 12, 2002 by

For sale: Peregrine's data-exchange unit

Seeking a return to pro forma profitability, software maker Peregrine Systems is seeking a buyer for its $120 million supply-chain enablement business unit, the company said last week. The unit, which provides software and services for electronic exchange of business data among companies and their business partners, includes assets the company gained in its acquisitions of Harbinger, an Electronic Data Interchange company, and e-commerce software company Extricity. By selling off the unit, Peregrine will be better able to regain its financial footing by focusing on its core business of selling applications that automate the maintenance of capital assets, according to the company. The company reported a pro forma net loss of $16.1 million in the third quarter ended Dec. 31, compared to a pro forma net income of $22.6 million in the same quarter a year earlier. Including acquisition costs and other charges, the company reported a net loss of $88.3 million on revenues of $175.2 million. The company also recently acquired Remedy and a unit of IBM's Tivoli division. --Alorie Gilbert, Special to ZDNet News

December 12, 2001

Macromedia warns of lower earnings

Software maker Macromedia warned Wednesday that it won't return to profitability this quarter, as it had expected, because of the sluggish economy. Based on preliminary data, Macromedia estimated that revenue for its fiscal third quarter ending Dec. 31 will be $70 million to $75 million--also below its prior expectations. "While our short-term results continue to be affected, we are confident in our products and our long-term strategy for growth," Macromedia CEO Robert Burgess said in a statement. San Francisco's Macromedia plans to report final results for its third quarter on Jan. 16.

July 28, 2000 by

Singapore company to build Asia Pacific Internet data centre

Singapore, Dec 13 (Asia Pulse) - Webvisions Pte Ltd, Singapore's largestindependent web hosting company, Sunday announced that Walden InternationalInvestment Group has made an investment of S$4 million for a strategic stake inWebvisions.This additional capital will be used to fund Webvisions' regional expansionand contribute toward the building of a chain of Internet Data Centersthroughout the Asia-Pacific region.


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