Teradata 13 Focuses on Speed Geospatial Data

The News Review:

- Teradata 13 Focuses on Speed Geospatial Data
- CDC Software and Avago Act to ffset Weak Revenue
- Google Billboard Ads Take Aim At Microsoft ffice
- Apple Tablet Prototype is Real Nov. Launch Expected says Report
- Clerity Signs Reseller Agreement for Mainframe Rehosting Software …
- Pervasive completes buy of Channelinx
- For Enterprise Software Microsoft Wants You

Teradata 13 Focuses on Speed Geospatial Data
PC World
The product which was first announced in ctober has 93 new features according to Teradata. It runs on all members of Teradata’s family of specialized.

CDC Software and Avago Act to ffset Weak Revenue
Wall Street Journal
a Hong Kong maker of software for midsize businesses and Avago Technologies Ltd. a Singapore-based chip designer operate in cutthroat tech sectors that have been buffeted by weaker sales a trend that could continue if the global economy doesn’t recover. Both firms reported revenue declines for the early part of 2009.

Google Billboard Ads Take Aim At Microsoft ffice
Wall Street Journal
(GG) is taking a direct shot at Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) with an unusual billboard advertising campaign aimed at the software maker’s core business productivity products. A month-long campaign kicking off Monday will target commuters in four U. cities with a series of billboard ads touting the benefits of switching to Google Apps the Mountain.
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Apple Tablet Prototype is Real Nov. Launch Expected says Report
PC World
An arrangement like that would subsidize the heavy cost of the device and with a price of almost $800 it’s not hard to see why that would make sense. Late last week there was also a rumor the Apple tablet would launch with a secret software project. The software is rumored to be a development in conjunction with the major music labels and would be “a new type of interactive album which will combine photos lyrics sheets video clips and liner notes all gathered into an interactive booklet.

Clerity Signs Reseller Agreement for Mainframe Rehosting Software …
Business Wire (press release)
Clerity’s UniKix technology provides a mission-critical environment for deploying online and batch mainframe applications such as CICS IMS IDMS Adabas Natural and other legacy assets on open systems. Under the terms of the agreement the UniKix mainframe rehosting software suite will also be available through HP’s network of distributors and resellers. “In today’s economic climate the demand for sound mainframe migration and modernization alternatives continues to grow” said Cameron Jenkins chief operating officer of Clerity Solutions Inc. “This expansion of the relationship between Clerity and HP will help us fulfill demand for UniKix across HP’s leading server platforms. ” Clerity is an HP Developer & Solution Partner and regularly teams with HP to deliver infrastructure and.

Pervasive completes buy of Channelinx
Bizjournals.com
has completed its purchase of assets from Greenville S. -based ChanneLinx Inc. 6 million all-cash deal was wrapped up on July 31 according to Austin-based Pervasive.

For Enterprise Software Microsoft Wants You
IT Business Edge
Listening to what Microsoft has to say (or reading the transcripts) lets you filter out the subsequent bias of press articles about the meetings the opinions of those investment analysts in attendance and even of bloggers. Personally you should care because your retirement money is more than likely invested in Microsoft somewhere along the line. Professionally you should care because nine out of 10 of you use Microsoft products somewhere in your enterprise software mix. And about half of you (or your bosses) consider Microsoft one of the top two most strategically relevant information technology (IT) suppliers to your company. There is some debate about the latter statistic. I am using numbers put out by The Research Board as quoted by Microsoft C Kevin Turner. ther analysts say they have seen surveys that give a different view.

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