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Day: June 2, 2002

Citrix Launches Channel Ready Access Portal Server

Citrix Systems, Inc. announced the details of general availability and pricing for Citrix NFuse Elite, its access portal server. As a simple access portal, NFuse Elite gives users secure, point-and-click access to their own personalized set of applications and content while administrators get the ease and convenience of centralized portal management. NFuse Elite will retail for $67 per named user, inclusive of Citrix Subscription Advantage, an annual plan that provides customers with automatic delivery of software upgrades, enhancements and maintenance releases. www.citrix.com

FileNET Releases Integrated eGrail & Panagon Solution

FileNET Corp. announced the general availability of FileNET Web Content Management (WCM – the acquired eGrail technology) with integration to the company’s Panagon platform. The solution is aimed at streamlining the Web-based development and management of digital content for Web sites, including content that resides in FileNET Panagon repositories. FileNET WCM allows for collaborative authoring so that one or more persons can update Web content, while significantly reducing the workload for the Webmaster. New FileNET customers can deploy FileNET WCM as a standalone solution to meet their immediate Web content needs, while also having the ability to add subsequent Enterprise Content Management solutions easily. FileNET WCM is available immediately and is priced at USD $125K for a two CPU system and USD $195K for a four CPU system. www.FileNET.com

IBM & Inktomi Partner on Enterprise Content Delivery

IBM Corporation and Inktomi Corp. announced an agreement to provide enterprise content delivery network (eCDN) technology. The solution is designed to enable enterprises to manage and distribute mission-critical business applications, such as ERP, CRM, content management, enterprise portal, and streaming media, including webcasting, e-learning, and corporate communications. Enterprises and service providers can use Inktomi technology running on IBM’s eServer xSeries systems to help overcome network congestion without adding bandwidth and router upgrades. IBM Global Services is now reselling Inktomi software products including Inktomi Enterprise Search and Inktomi content networking software. www.ibm.com/industries/digitalmedia, www.inktomi.com

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