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IBM buys partner to boost WebSphere line

Mar 10, 20043 mins

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IBM buys partner to boost WebSphere line, 03/09/04

IBM announced plans Tuesday to purchase one of its business partners, Trigo Technologies, to add product information management capabilities to its WebSphere middleware line. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Latest round of venture funding nets $13 million for Colubris, 03/09/04

WLAN vendor Colubris Networks has finished a third round of venture funding, netting $13 million.

Verio targets C&W America partners to boost business, 03/09/04

Web hosting company Verio, a subsidiary of NTT Communications, sees new business opportunities arising from the recent troubles of bankrupt Cable and Wireless America.

IBM’s Palmisano given $5.4 million bonus for 2003, 03/09/04

Samuel Palmisano was paid a $5.4 million bonus for leading IBM in 2003, making his total compensation for the year $6.95 million, the company said in a regulatory filing this week.

SCO takes Linux battle to users, 03/08/04

The SCO Group has stepped up its campaign to protect its intellectual property rights by making good on a promise to take aim at end users, but despite the flurry of legal activity last week customers and …

Microsoft settles most of patent lawsuit with AT&T, 03/08/04

Microsoft has agreed to pay AT&T an undisclosed sum as part of an agreement to settle most of the claims in a patent infringement dispute between the companies, AT&T announced late Friday.

Broadband wireless box maker Aperto adds funding, 03/08/04

Aperto Networks, a maker of broadband wireless access systems, this week announced it has received $20 million in new venture funding.

Microsoft heads to trial in Minnesota pricing suit, 03/08/04

Microsoft is preparing to go to court in Minnesota next week to fight allegations that it abused its Windows monopoly to overcharge customers in the state for its software. As part of its defense, Microsoft may call Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer to testify, the company said Friday.

CA blasts SCO, disputes Linux license claim, 03/05/04

Computer Associates Thursday blasted The SCO Group for harassing Linux users and misrepresenting the terms of a software licensing arrangement between the two companies that protected CA from a …

Michael Dell gives up CEO title to Rollins, 03/04/04

Dell founder Michael Dell will relinquish his CEO title to current President and Chief Operating Officer Kevin Rollins, the company announced Thursday. Dell will remain chairman of the company’s board of …

Intel Q1 revenue to fall at low end of guidance, 03/04/04

Intel narrowed its expectations for first-quarter revenue Thursday, staying within the guidance it provided in January but coming in at the low end of that range.