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Quick Takes: New middleware products

Transoft is selling its Transoft Application Transformation for HP 3000 and Talarian was named a top middleware vendor by the Standish Group.

Transoft sells new product

Transoft, Atlanta, Ga., a provider of application transformation, integration and assembly products and services, is selling its Transoft Application Transformation for the HP 3000 system. It enables HP 3000 users to transform COBOL applications into open system multi-tier applications that combine Web or Windows GUI front-ends and can be connected to a choice of ANSI-standard COBOL back-ends running on UNIX or NT servers using leading relational databases.

Talarian cited

Talarian Corp., Los Altos, Calif., was named one of the top 10 middleware vendors by, the Standish Group, an independent analyst firm, in an article that appears in Software Magazine. " Talarian's outstanding list of partners and combined publish-subscribe and multicast technology position them for tremendous market penetration and growth. They were the clear winner in the message-oriented division," the Standish Group said.

SilverStream sells jBroker

SilverStream Software, Billerica, Mass., is now selling its jBroker products including jBroker Web 1.0, jBroker ORB 3.1, and jBroker MQ 1.3, the complete line of jBroker Web Services and messaging middleware. The jBroker middleware solutiond for business Java and Web services-based applications. The jBroker Web 1.0 is provided free of charge, jBroker ORB 3.1 is $995, and jBroker MQ 1.3 is $1,995.

Audium releases Audium Server

Audium, New York, an application development company, has released Audium Server, a Java-based VoiceXML application server that allows developers build and deploy advanced VoiceXML applications. It provides a set of voice-specific application development components that allow developers to build personalized automated phone systems, upgrade older, proprietary IVR systems, develop innovative phone-based enhanced services and extend existing enterprise applications through any phone, the company said.

Dirig extends management capabilities

Dirig Software, Nashua, N.H., a developer of application and system management software, has extended its management capabilities for IBM WebSphere-based e-business infrastructures with support for both IBM DB2 Universal Database and WebSphere Commerce Suite.

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