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Adobe Systems Incorporated announced the availability of Adobe FrameMaker 7.2 software, the latest version of its enterprise-class authoring and publishing software. Adobe FrameMaker has expanded support of Extensible Markup Language (XML) in its popular publishing solution for industries such as telecommunications, aerospace, semiconductor, government, finance, and information technology. Unlike standard word processing tools, FrameMaker gives users the ability to easily create, edit and publish valid XML content in full WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) mode. “Adobe FrameMaker 7.2 now has more powerful XML capabilities, making it easier for our customers to streamline their unique workflow processes,” said John Brennan, senior vice president, Corporate Development at Adobe. “The new version delivers the features FrameMaker customers have bee... (more)

Raymor will Offer Various High Purity Grades of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for Emerging Markets in the Second Quarter of 2007

BOISBRIAND, QUEBEC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 03/29/07 -- Raymor Industries Inc. (TSX VENTURE: RAR), a leading developer and producer of single-walled carbon nanotubes, nanomaterials and advanced materials, is proud to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Raymor Nanotech will begin to offer in the second quarter of 2007 various high purity grades of single-walled carbon nanotubes (C-SWNT) for emerging markets. To achieve this, Raymor Nanotech launched its Purification department in 2006. This department was formed to develop various grades of C-SWNT to rapidly penetrate new markets for applications such as polymer nanocomposite enhancement, batteries/electrodes, supercapacitors, filters, electromagnetic interference shielding, catalyst support, field emission devices, sensors/probes, biomedical devices and nanoelectronic devices. The primary market for Raymor's mass-... (more)

Moonwalk Teams with Plasmon to Extend Capabilities of Hierarchical Storage Management Systems

Australia – DATE, 2008 –Moonwalk Inc. today announced that it has partnered with Plasmon on a joint solution that provides companies using traditional Hierarchical Storage Management solutions greater control of their datasets and optimal use of their storage infrastructure without the technology’s associated management headaches, extra costs and risks. Extending the capabilities of HSM solutions, Moonwalk 6.0 advanced data migration software can intelligently move, copy or archive files from various platforms and file systems to the Plasmon Archive Appliance based on the business value of the unstructured data under storage. This singular approach enables companies to proactively manage data throughout the enterprise while allowing them to find data, allocate destinations, set rules and policies and run tasks from a single administrator interface that lets them drill... (more)

Parvus DuraCOR 820 Small Form Factor Rugged PC Now Available

Parvus Corporation announces the availability of the DuraCOR 820, a rugged, ultra-small tactical mission computer measuring less than 3.0" in height and 3.0 lbs in weight. The DuraCOR is fully qualified to MIL-STD-810F environmental specifications (altitude, thermal, shock, vibration, humidity), and is now available commercial off the shelf. The DuraCOR 820 serves as an ideal high-performance computing subsystem for space/weight-conscious manned and unmanned systems. Designed for military and aerospace ground mobile and airborne deployments, the DuraCOR 820 features a conductively-cooled 1.4GHz Intel Pentium-M processor and solid state disk pre-loaded with a Linux or Windows XP Embedded operating system. This corrosion/splash-resistant unit is qualified to reliably operate in ambient temperatures of -40ºC to +71ºC, 15G operating shock, 95% humidity, 60,000 ft alti... (more)

TIBCO to Merge SOA and Cloud Computing

TIBCO Software (NASDAQ: TIBX) announced alliances with HCL Technologies and VMware to facilitate adoption and help enterprise customers realize the benefits of cloud computing with TIBCO Silver -- the industry's first platform designed from the ground up for the rapid delivery of cloud applications inside the enterprise. HCL Technologies, one of India's leading global IT Services companies, will leverage TIBCO Silver to help its customers pursue and deploy their cloud strategy through outsourcing, consulting services, solutions labs and bundled services. Vikram Duvvoori, senior vice president and global head, enterprise transformation services, HCL Technologies stated, "At HCL, we believe that cloud computing could create an impact beyond IT and open up Blue Ocean opportunities for business transformation. We are long standing strategic partners with TIBCO and shar... (more)

Aonix Announces PERC Java Virtual Machine

Aonix, the provider of the PERC product line for embedded and real-time Java developers, announced Java™ virtual machine support for the low-cost BeagleBoard with its flagship product PERC Ultra. More developers and projects will be able to quickly and more cost efficiently launch development that takes advantage of PERC’s new graphics support via the ARM®-based BeagleBoard. The BeagleBoard is distributed by Digi-Key Corporation and available through its global websites. “For projects planning final deployment on ARM processors, PERC Ultra and the BeagleBoard are a great combination,” said Gary Cato, Director of Marketing at Aonix. “They can get started with all the functionality they need for only $149 per developer. That’s an amazing cost advantage for early development cycles over other hardware platforms.” PERC Ultra holds the distinction of being the most dep... (more)

ActiveState Launches Business Edition

Open Source Journal on Ultizer ActiveState, the dynamic languages experts, today launched ActiveState Business Edition, commercial-grade language distributions for Perl, Python and Tcl, providing organizations open source compliance, commercial support, and cross-platform access. "ActiveState has been a leading contributor in the open source community for years," said Bart Copeland, President and CEO, ActiveState. "With the launch of Business Edition, we can help companies deploying Perl, Python and Tcl in their business-critical applications, ensure open source policy compliance, minimize downtime and accelerate productivity cost-effectively. ActiveState's deep technical expertise is focused on keeping client systems, powered by dynamic languages, running smoothly, and making sure clients are in compliance with their open source policies." ActiveState Business Edi... (more)

Interoute Provides Financial Institutions with Low Latency Connectivity

Trading hub boosted by the arrival of algorithmic connectivity service. On Wednesday Interoute increased its UK footprint with direct connectivity to Equinix's LD4 International Business Exchange (IBX) data centre located on the outskirts of London. Financial institutions can now utilise Interoute's Fast Trade service to connect to both the major and emerging Multilateral Trading Facilities (MTFs) and trading venues located within the Equinix IBX data centre and other key financial exchanges throughout Europe. As electronic trading grows, new MTFs have emerged to address the specialised needs of high frequency algorithmic trading. Equinix's LD4 IBX network-neutral data centre has become a key UK location for these execution venues and is also home to a critical mass of buy and sell side firms, market data and technology providers. This diversity provides firms with ma... (more)

[avignon] President Sarkozy

They move us into the grand hall — vaulted ceilings — for a talk by Pres. Nikolas Sarkozy. Sarkozy has not exactly been a friend of the Internet. The last time I heard him talk was at LeWeb when he was a candidate. Among the three candidates who spoke there, Sarkozy’s talk was clearly the most hostile to the Internet, viewing it primarily as a site of gossip and slander. NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small matters. Paraphrasing A SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION badly. Not running a spellpchecker. Mangling other people’s ideas and words. You are warned, people. President Sarkozy: I was going to give a prepared speech but instead will speak off the cuff. Never before have cultural protagonists — politicians, heads of gov’t — had to make so man... (more)

IEEE GLOBECOM 2012 Invites Communications Professionals Worldwide to Experience the Magic of Disney from December 3 – 7 in Anaheim, California

New York, NY, February 06, 2012 --( IEEE GLOBECOM 2012, the premier international conference dedicated to the advancement of global communications, has initiated the “Call for Papers” for its 55th annual event to be held from December 3 - 7 at the fabled Disneyland® Hotel located at the heart of the Downtown Disney District and moments from the Disneyland theme and Adventure Parks in Anaheim, California. Prospective authors and speakers are invited to take advantage of this magical experience by visiting and submitting original papers and speaking proposals for consideration by March 15. Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc), IEEE GLOBECOM is dedicated to driving innovations and technological break-throughs in nearly every telecommunications field including broadband, wireless, multimedia, data, image and voice com... (more)

Android 2.3 extremely insecure, US stuck at Cyber starting line and more

By RyanKamauff Here are the top cyber news and stories of the day. If you are still running Android 2.3, watch out for the bad guys! - Kaspersky Labs has given a failing grade to Google for insecurities in Android 2.3. They found that the Trojan SMS is the leading malware developed for the OS, and that it is the most targeted mobile OS. The report continues with more details of most targeted versions of Android. Via BetaNews, more here. PixSteal-A Trojan Steals Images, Uploads to Iraqi FTP Server - A most recent Trojan steals images and .dmp files (Windows memory dump files) from computers and moves it to a remote FTP server in Iraq. “We suspect this malware is in its first stage of development for information theft, and we expect it to return as a more sophisticated attack,” wrote McAfee researcher Niranjan Jayanand. Via ThreatPost, more here. Electrical grid att... (more)