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Mitem releases the latest version of its legacy integration software.

Mitem ships latest version of legacy integration software

Mitem Corp., a Menlo Park, Calif.-based provider of legacy integration software, has announced the availability of MitemView 5.3.1.

Mitem said the key new features of the release include six new templates for Mitem ProStart and enhanced support for Tibco Software. ProStart, a wizard-style application development tool, uses pre-built templates to automatically generate the foundation of a MitemView-based application.

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Open Market integrates XML product with content management offering

Open Market Inc., a Burlington, Mass.-based developer of content management and delivery software, said it has integrated the new version of its XML Exchange Server with its flagship Content Server Enterprise Edition 3.6 (CSEE) platform.

XML Exchange Server is designed to enable customers to quickly integrate CSEE with systems inside and outside its walls through the secure exchange of XML documents, according to Open Market. The integration of CSEE and XML Exchange Server was also designed to enable businesses to receive and automatically process incoming content feeds from a variety of sources in XML formats, Open Market said.

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Bowstreet updates Business Web Factory technology for Web services

Bowstreet has released Business Web Factory 4, technology that the Lynnfield, Mass.-software maker said enables enterprises to extend the value of their e-business middleware, applications servers, enterprise platforms and data through dynamic Web services automation and assembly.

Business Web Factory 4 includes new interoperability with XML Web services standards, application servers, e-business middleware and enterprise applications from BEA Systems, IBM, Microsoft, PeopleSoft, SAP, Sun Microsystems and others and with Web usage analysis software, according to Bowstreet. The Business Web Factory enables point-and-click legacy systems connectivity and Web services assembly and automation, so developers don't have to code these functions line by line, said Bowstreet.

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Hutchison 3G selects Tibco for roll-out of 3G service

Hutchison 3G UK Limited, which said it is the largest holder of a third generation (3G) mobile license in Britain, has signed an agreement with Palo Alto, Calif.-based Tibco Software Inc. for its Tibco ActiveEnterprise product suite for enterprise application integration (EAI), data messaging and business process management. The agreement has a provision for extension to other Hutchison markets in Europe, Hutchison 3G said. The financial terms were not disclosed.

Hutchison 3G said the Tibco ActiveEnterprise solution gives Hutchison 3G the ability to build an end-to-end, middleware-based integration framework, allowing different applications from different software vendors to be seamlessly integrated. Hutchison 3G said it also chose Tibco because of its scalability for business information networks. Hutchison 3G said its companies require a messaging solution that can cope with peaks of in excess of 100,000 messages per second.

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