Intel Capital invests in WebGain

WebGain Inc. has announced that Intel Capital, the chipmaker's strategic investment program, has taken a share of the tools vendor. The two companies also formed a business relationship to help market and develop enterprise-class e-business offerings compatible with Intel's current and future 32-bit processors and with its Itanium 64-bit processors. WebGain will optimize its WebGain Studio suite of developer tools -- which serves as a platform for modeling, developing, deploying, and integrating enterprise Java applications -- to work with Intel processors. The companies said that corporate and third-party developers will be able to obtain an enterprise Java platform on Intel servers.

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