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December 3, 2014 By Steema Software

TeeChart for Java

TeeChart for Java is an extensive Charting component library for Java developers. Based on more than a decade's experience working...

January 24, 2013 By UInterface

Nix Manager

Nix Manager is a Windows application that enables you to register your Linux/Unix servers, fetch hardware specifications via SSH/Telnet...

September 26, 2010 by

Centrelink issues massive storage tender

Centrelink has kicked off a major technology purchasing initiative worth between $30 million and $40 million, as the national welfare agency continues to shift its storage architecture to being used as a service.

June 7, 2009 By Javain

OOJNI Add-in for VS2005-2008

Object-Oriented JNI Add-In is a tool developed for MS Visual Studios 2005, 2008. It generates C# or VB# code (OOJNI classes) for java...

April 14, 2010 by

Databases are more critical than ever and the scrum for market share continues unabated. Oracle is the database leader and just acquired MySQL via the Sun Microsystems purchase. IBM and Microsoft remain key players.

April 14, 2010 by

IBM and HP are in a duel to be the favored enterprise server provider, but there are many other players to keep things interesting. For instance, Dell is a solid No. 3 and Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems should keep the server market interesting. Cisco also aims to be a server player. A recent trend: Creating application optimized servers.

April 14, 2010 by

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has remade the company via acquisitions. Oracle has acquired a bevy of companies such as Siebel Systems, PeopleSoft, BEA Systems and others to become a significant applications player. Meanwhile, Oracle remains the database leader and displays strength in middleware. Oracle's next frontier: Hardware. The acquisition of Sun Microsystems could position Oracle as "T.J. Watson's IBM" or be a big headache.

February 9, 2010 by

IBM stirs the pot with new Power7 systems

With the recent launch of its new range of Unix-based enterprise-level servers, IBM appears to have broadsided Sun -- oops, sorry: Oracle. IBM's new big iron brings new Power 7 chips which, we're told, are the outcome of $3.

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