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IBM announced that more than 600 independent software vendors (ISVs) and systems integrators have joined IBM’s WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Community Edition partner initiative since it was launched just six months ago. WAS Community Edition, based on technology from Apache Geronimo, is IBM’s open source application server.  As a direct result of this initiative, more than 200 ISVs have developed and introduced new software applications that support WAS Community Edition, while more than 250,000 copies of WAS Community Edition have been downloaded The WAS Community Edition partner initiative is aimed at helping business partners reduce costs and grow revenue when supporting open source technologies. IBM assists partners with free sales, marketing and technical support to use WAS Community Edition to provide departmental and small and medium sized c... (more)

SilverStream Completes Migration from App Server Market to "Much Larger" Web Services Market

(January 10, 2002) - Anyone interested in hearing how SilverStream Software are doing, in terms of harnessing what the company sees as the growth opportunities of the emerging Web services market, might want to escape to The Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, where tomorrow they can hear SilverStream president and CEO, David Litwack, make a presentation at a Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Internet, software & networking conference. Though careful to refer to Web services as a "very important, but early stage market," Litwack - a keynote speaker at SYS-CON's Web Services Edge Ea... (more)

WebSphere Innovation Center Opens in the Heart of Downtown Manhattan

(December 4, 2001) – IBM Corp. has announced the opening of the WebSphere Innovation Center, in the heart of lower Manhattan. Located in The Information Technology Center Building at 55 Broad St., the WebSphere Innovation Center is designed to provide important services for resellers and end users, including WebSphere software-based "test drives" on a variety of hardware platforms and operating environments, and proof-of-concept support and technical briefings. This customer-centric showcase will offer a wide range of technology-based solutions for several industry sectors, inclu... (more)

IBM Partners with Siebel Systems to Deliver IBM WebSphere Software for Siebel Application Network

(May 2, 2002) - IBM and Siebel Systems, Inc. have announced plans to deliver IBM's CrossWorlds integration software for Siebel Application Network. The IBM CrossWorlds technology is an integral part of IBM's WebSphere platform. Working closely with Siebel Systems, the leading provider of e-business applications software, IBM will upgrade its robust, scalable integration server to run standards-based business processes delivered by Siebel Application Network. As a result of the product integration, the IBM CrossWorlds InterChange Server will become an integration server for Siebel ... (more)

IBM Delivers New WebSphere Studio Tools Supporting Linux and Web Services

(May 3, 2002) - IBM has announced new WebSphere Studio application development products for Linux and Web site development, as well as new toolkits for building wireless, portal, and voice applications. They're all based on the Eclipse platform, which is supported by an open-source community for multivendor software tool integration. New WebSphere Studio products include: WebSphere Studio Application Developer, now available for Linux. The new Linux-available tools are based on open standards and make it fast and easy for developers to build, test, deploy, and maintain new busine... (more)