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Infinium lanuches CRM software

Specialist AS/400 solutions provider Infinium has launched its own CRM offering, a fully integrated Web-based solution aimed at mid-sized businesses across a range of industries. Infinium says its solution can be rapidly and cost-effectively adapted to vertical industries such as banking, insurance, gambling, hospitality and telecommunications. The system employs business intelligence analytic server (BIAS) which enables decision makers to harvest meaning within business data. The solution is also a native Web-based AS/400 CRM, offering complete information exchange between wireless computing devices and the server. www.infinium.comBig Blue picks up Nortel codeIBM has integrated Nortel's Open IP Environment routing code with its Power Network Processor hardware. Nortel plans to roll out future products based on the Power Network Processor and Open IP integration, the company says. Power Network Processor is a programmable device that can be used to power a variety of network products. It enables equipment makers to implement and change features such as packet classification and modification. www.nortel.com www.ibm.comMicrosoft releases NT service packMicrosoft has released Service Pack 6 for Windows NT 4.0, Terminal Server Edition. The patch includes the latest year 2000 updates, device driver, symbol files and Internet Explorer 5.0. The patch, which is not a recommended upgrade, also includes updates to security, user management and printing features. The service pack is available at www.microsoft.com/ntserver/terminalserver/downloads/ recommended/tsesp6/ www.microsoft.comGreat Plains eases GST woesE-business solution provider Great Plains has released eEnterprise 5.5 GST, a fully integrated enterprise-wide platform of front-office, back office and e-business solutions with enhancements compliant with current GST legislation. Available immediately, pricing on request. www.greatplains.com

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