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  • NewMonics PERC 3.1 combines Java and C programming

    The PERC 3.1 release of NewMonics extends memory management, offers developers the ability to integrate Java with any C/C++ coding, and features new tools that simplify the development process. With NewMonics PERC 3.1, developers can create Java code using the same methodology traditionally used with C programming.

  • FileSweep/Rapid 1.00 will support Java

    Core Technology Corp. has announced the development of a new version of FileSweep/Rapid that runs on any hardware or software architecture supporting the Java Virtual Machine.

  • Intel unveils peer-to-peer security building blocks

    Attempting to provide a framework for the development of secure peer-to-peer (p-to-p) applications, Intel Corp. Wednesday made an open-source library available for free download to companies that are developing p-to-p systems.

  • JCertify 4.0 prepares testers for changes

    A new preparation tool for the Sun Certified Java Programmer Exam, JCertify 4.0 covers the content and exam format changes introduced by Sun Microsystems Inc. on October 4, 2000. JCertify 4.0 includes 20 percent more questions than the previous version and includes the Java 2 Last Minute Tutorial.

  • Developer forces Microsoft license rethink

    Concern from a local software developer facing a hefty license fee hike has prompted Microsoft Corp. New Zealand to persuade its U.S. bosses to modify the Windows 2000 pricing model in the South Pacific.

  • Core Technology rebuilds CTCBridge

    Core Technology Corp.'s Version 3.0 of CTCBridge offers significant enhancements to the original CTCBridge, including the addition of scalable display font, improved speed, increased modularity, and enhanced script handling.

  • Equant offers global WAP roaming

    Network service provider Equant NV announced Wednesday an international roaming service for WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) that will allow customers to reach WAP services via a local phone number in 22 countries.

  • TransGrid adds optic fibre to network

    New South Wales electricity network management company TransGrid has confirmed optic fibre will be installed throughout its network by the end of the year.

  • Business briefs:

    A roundup of company news involving Oakton, CITEC, Infomedia, ITSP and Optus

  • IT firms plan New Zealand invasion

    More IT firms from the US, Europe and India are poised to set up shop in New Zealand.

  • Yost picks up Telstra spin-off work worth millions

    Yost Technologies has been awarded three contracts by European technology giant ABB Group for telecommunications installation and construction work estimated to be worth more than $A30 million over the next three years.

  • Corporate quarters

    Quarterly performance reports from Cisco, EDS, CSC, Network Appliance, and Netegrity

  • COMindico turns to Open Telecommunications for IP software

    Listed telecommunications software supplier Open Telecommunications has won a multi-million contract for the supply of its openCallAgent software to be used in the construction of an Internet protocol network for COMindico

  • HarvestRoad strengthens Asian focus

    HarvestRoad has made another foray into the Asian market through an alliance with Singaporean software developer ASPLinux

  • Compaq shuffles the executive deck

    To fill gaps left by the promotion of Paul Brandling to managing director of Compaq Computer Australia the company has made a couple of executive appointments.

  • KAZ picks up Arthur Andersen client

    KAZ Computer Services has won a deal with Arthur Andersen's Melbourne office through which it will house the property management accounting system of Andersen's client Colliers Jardine.

  • Telstra names execs for JV companies

    Telstra has at long last released details of its joint venture companies with Pacific Century CyberWorks and the executives who will lead them

  • Ariba extends its Australian operations

    Ariba, the US B2B e-commerce platform provider, has expanded its Australian operations by opening two new offices and appointing Allan Smith, a former CA executive, as CEO

  • After difficult courtship, Telstra and PCCW tie the knot

    Telstra and Hong Kong's Pacific Century CyberWorks (PCCW) have put a rocky few months behind them to announce the consummation of their alliance.

  • Systems integrators broaden horizons with SkyNetGlobal

    Broadband wireless service operator SkyNetGlobal has formed alliances with two IT systems integrators and network specialists Professional Advantage and Allied Technology which intend to expand their portfolios of services offerings

  • Key to omnichannel CX is customisation

    In order to achieve success with omnichannel customer experience strategy, companies need to utilise user personas, while maintaining excellence across all channels, according to customer transformation service expert, Brad Starr.

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