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Day: January 6, 2003

Macromedia Ships J2EE Application Server for OS X

Macromedia, Inc. announced the immediate availability of Macromedia JRun 4 for Mac OS X. Macromedia JRun 4 takes advantage of Mac OS X to deliver a fast and reliable server platform for J2EE applications. JRun 4 simplifies and speeds Java application delivery with a focus on affordability, developer productivity, and easy management and administration. In addition, Macromedia announced that the developer edition of Macromedia ColdFusion MX for J2EE Application Servers now supports Mac OS X. ColdFusion MX for J2EE Application Servers adds ColdFusion scripting capabilities to J2EE application servers (from BEA, IBM, and Sun) including JRun 4 for Mac OS X. New Mac OS X support for the developer edition enables Macromedia Studio MX developers to both create and test ColdFusion MX applications on the Mac OS X platform. Macromedia JRun 4 for Mac OS X is priced at $899 per processor. The free developer editions of JRun 4 for Mac OS X and Macromedia ColdFusion MX for JRun are available for immediate download. www.macromedia.com

iManage Announces New OEM Program

iManage, Inc. announced its new OEM program that enables independent software vendors (ISVs) and application service providers (ASPs) to quickly bring to market tightly integrated, private-labeled applications from iManage, including document management, collaboration, knowledge management and portals. The program targets ISVs and ASPs offering new content-rich applications such as eLearning, contract management, supplier relationship management (SRM) and product lifecycle management (PLM). Under the OEM program, partners can quickly add scalable and secure collaborative content management features including document version control, event notification, foldering, check-in/check-out, audit trails, integration with desktop applications and search and retrieval. iManage Worksite MP is an enterprise class, multi-platform, J2EE compliant Java-based solution, based on standards such as XML/XSL. WorkSite MP operates across Windows NT, Linux and Solaris platforms. www.imanage.com

Finjan Acquires Alchemedia

Finjan Software announced that it has acquired the assets and intellectual property of Alchemedia Technologies. Alchemedia’s complementary product offerings will provide customers with enhanced functionality to meet their content security needs. Alchemedia is a provider of Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) software to the automotive, energy, pharmaceutical, aerospace, financial services and government markets. Customers will have greater proactive security control over their mission critical content. Finjan purchased all of Alchemedia’s intellectual property and assets, including operating assets, property and customers. The core asset of the acquisition was Alchemedia’s product, Mirage Enterprise 3.1, which enables users to view and collaborate on documents while the data included in those documents is shielded from all avenues of digital redistribution. www.finjan.com

Mirror Image Launches instaContent Stream

Mirror Image Internet announced the availability of instaContent Stream, the newest edition to the company’s suite of instaContent Global Distribution Services. The enhanced instaContent Stream offering provides multimedia management and delivery capabilities that enable users to publish, manage, deliver and analyze high-quality multimedia presentations. By leveraging Mirror Image’s Content Access Point (CAP) network to regionally store and deliver multimedia, instaContent Stream provides businesses with the ability to deliver rich, continuous multimedia to users, regardless of location or Web traffic fluctuations. Mirror Image’s solution eliminates the need to install additional internal architecture, reduces bandwidth and storage requirements, and includes media file support for multiple delivery platforms, including RealNetworks, Windows Media and QuickTime. www.mirror-image.com

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