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Day: January 23, 2002

MediaBin Opens in Europe Through Kerridge

MediaBin Inc., announced the signature of a formal agreement with Kerridge Media Services (KMS), an associate company of Kerridge Computer Company Ltd, for the distribution of the MediaBin brand asset management software in the United Kingdom and Europe. This new contract enables MediaBin to leverage Kerridge’s experience in the healthcare, retail, wholesale, automotive, and distribution industries to reach UK and European clients who can use MediaBin software to sell more products while safeguarding their brands.,

Open3 Releases Open3 EMS 2.1

Open3 Technologies, Inc. announced its release of the Open3 E-Business Messaging Server 2.1 for enterprise messaging. Open3 EMS 2.1 enables the communication and integration of critical business information in a secure, reliable, and high-performing messaging system. Open3 EMS 2.1 natively supports XML, facilitating the enterprise in constructing a Web services architecture. Open3 EMS 2.1 is compliant with Java Message Service (JMS) 1.02b. Open3 EMS 2.1 combines JMS with XML to create a flexible and interoperable system for communication. Open3 EMS 2.1 also provides the core JMS engine as open source. A high-performing persistence store is included; Open3 EMS 2.1 also supports major SQL databases like IBM DB2, Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server. Additionally, Open3 EMS 2.1 supports clustering for load balancing. Open3 EMS 2.1 has multiple server support to handle fail over.

Interwoven Announces IBM AIX Support

Interwoven, Inc. announced an agreement with IBM to port its TeamSite software to the IBM AIX 5.1 operating system. Driven by joint customer demand, Interwoven will port its Content Management and Content Distribution product lines, TeamSite and OpenDeploy, along with its Turbo for IBM to AIX, IBM’s strategic operating system for its UNIX-based eServer line. AIX operates over a range of IBM eServer pSeries systems from entry-level servers and workstations to powerful supercomputers. Interwoven plans to make its Content Management and Content Distribution product lines along with its Turbo for IBM available on the AIX operating system mid-year 2002.

Documentum Acquires Boxcar

Documentum announced that it has acquired privately held Boxcar Software. Boxcar provides technology for content aggregation and content distribution. Documentum plans to integrate Boxcar’s technology with the Documentum platform by the second quarter of this year. With this acquisition, Documentum now provides a comprehensive set of content creation, personalization, management and delivery capabilities, including aggregation, application integration, authoring, collaboration, distribution, transformation and web publishing. The combination of Documentum and Boxcar’s technology will enable companies to gather all types of content from disparate sources; integrate it with other enterprise content; manage and personalize the content; then securely deliver and distribute it, in multiple formats, to multiple audiences.

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