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Quick Takes: Web services and wireless

Zeosoft has developed a wireless applications product suite and Candle Corp. has created a tool for measuring the performance of IBM's WebSphere.

Zeosoft readies wireless applications products

Zeosoft, Scottsdale, Ariz., a business ware company bringing networked mobile servers to business, has developed a product suite designed to improve business and consumer value of wireless hand-held computing devices. The suite of components, tools and developer frameworks is packaged in two products, which allow for development, deployment and management of wireless applications. They include ZeoSphere and ZeoFusion.

Candle creates OMEGAMON XE

Candle Corp., Los Angeles, a systems management and business integration company, has developed OMEGAMON XE for WebSphere Application Server, a tool for optimizing the performance and availability of IBM Corp.'s e-business infrastructure building block. It provides Web and IT operations staff with a means to measure the performance of the application server and its Java-components, the company said. It costs $3,000 per processor.

Red Oak and Killdara sell Web services pack

Red Oak Software and Killdara Corp. have become partners and are now selling the Web Services Solution Pack, which produces Web services through the integration of any back-end application function. Combining Web services technology from Killdara with Red Oak's Application Integration Framework products, the pack works with all IBM mainframe, AS/400, Unix and HTML-based applications. It costs $25,000. Red Oak is in Mountain Lakes, N.J., and Killdara is in Almonte, Ontario.

SilverStream selling eXtend Director 3.0

SilverStream Software Inc., Billerica, Mass., has made its SilverStream eXtend Director 3.0 available. A primary component of the SilverStream eXtend integrated services environment, it is designed to simplify and accelerate the development and deployment of Java 2 Enterprise Edition-based business applications.

Oracle readies Oracle9I Jdeveloper

Oracle Corp., Redwood Shores, Calif., will complete delivery of its Oracle9i generation of technology with Oracle9i Jdeveloper. With full support for open-standards development on any operating system, it is designed to enables Java2 Enterprise Edition and Extensible Markup Language developers to create Internet applications and Web services faster and with much higher code quality, the company said.

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