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Jungo to Showcase Automotive Connectivity Middleware at CES 2011

Jungo Ltd. will debut an in-car mobile middleware solution in January for any smartphone or Internet device. Automotive Connectivity Middleware (ACM) provides complete protocol stacks and rich media and phone management software and also supports easy integration with mapping and telematics applications.

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iDashboards Ships X Platform To Extend Enterprise BI

iDashboards, a provider of Business Intelligence (BI) dashboard software, is shipping its X Platform, with major upgrades to alerts, drilldowns and UI to simplify and enrich enterprise-caliber BI apps.

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Layer 7 Launches Cloud Security, Connectivity Management

Layer 7 Technologies has unveiled new CloudSpan products to address three critical barriers to reliable cloud ROI -- connectivity, security and failsafe support for end-to-end linkage between cloud providers and clients, partners and third-parties. 

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“Connectivity 2.0” To Fuel More Intelligent, Scalable SOA

The next wave of infrastructure dubbed “Connectivity 2.0” is helping enterprises transform departmental ESBs, SOA and Cloud projects into an integrated fabric of intelligence, agility, control and adaptability, according to Marc-Thomas Schmidt, IBM Chief Architect for SOA Connectivity.  He and some 150 fellow IBM experts will discuss Connectivity 2.0 at Impact 2010 in May.

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IBM Chief Architect: 5 Keys To Boosting SOA Efficiencies

Even as a slow economy pressures IT budgets and staffs, a top IBM architect says customers can do “a lot…to accelerate the value of SOA.”  Rob High, Chief Architect for IBM’s SOA Foundation, shares SOA success tips at Impact2010, May 2-7 in Las Vegas.

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Survey: Evans Reveals Mobile Dev Concerns

A recent Evans Data study of mobile devs looks at the pros, cons and common practices for wireless development. The survey comes as JavaOne planners have lined up a wide array of wireless event programs. Among the tidbits: (1) devs are building apps for both intermittent connections as well as always-on apps; and (2) devs care less about the number of handsets deployed than about features. Get a glimpse of mobile dev concerns and trends in Evans 2005 mobile dev survey.

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