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IBM to add blogging tools to Workplace

IBM revealed plans for two new corporate blogging tools it plans to add to the forthcoming Version 2.5 of its Workplace collaboration platform and Workplace Designer development tools. Big Blue also made available a free preview of the blogging tool that will ship with Workplace 2.5 later this year.

Cisco adds intelligence to network gear

Cisco is embarking on a new direction as it announced details of its first move into the messaging middleware business with its Application-Oriented Network (AON) business unit. With AON, Cisco is adding more intelligence to the network, enabling the network to better understand business application communications to support more effective and efficient business decisions, according to company officials.

IBM bolsters integration strategy with MetaMerge

Hoping to strengthen its software integration strategies aimed at large corporate accounts, IBM Corp. on Tuesday acquired MetaMerge, a Norway-based company that specializes in directory integration software.

Intel rolls out redesigned Pentium III-M

For the first time since the introduction of the Pentium III chip family in late 1999, Intel Corp. has moved to a smaller, more efficient processor architecture for a new line of mobile chips.

IBM goes full-throttle with wireless technologies

Officials at IBM Corp. made a slate of wireless and mobile computing announcements Monday, including a new colour-screen handheld and another in a line of ThinkPad laptops with antennas integrated inside for wireless LAN access.

IBM, Sun drop plans for JavaOS for Business

IBM Corp. officials confirmed last month they have discontinued joint development efforts with Sun Microsystems Inc. to bring to market the JavaOS for Business, a thin-client operating system that was expected to be bundled with systems from both companies.

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