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What does FMW stand for?

FMW stands for Fusion Middleware

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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In a live webcast attended by partners and customers from around the world, Oracle President Charles Phillips and Oracle Fusion Middleware Senior Vice President Thomas Kurian outlined Oracle's middleware strategy, which combines the best products from BEA and Oracle(R) Fusion Middleware and provides continuity and investment protection for both customer bases.
According to a news release, Oracle Fusion Middleware provides a common technology platform for ISVs to integrate and support their entire mix of Oracle and non-Oracle enterprise applications while laying the groundwork for SOA.
Oracle Fusion Middleware to Help Enable Emerson Network Power's Trellis[TM] Platform, Providing Unmatched Scalability in Data Center Management, Planning SAN FRANCISCO -- Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR) and a global leader in maximizing availability, capacity, and efficiency of critical infrastructure, today announced that Oracle Fusion Middleware will help enable Emerson Network Power's Trellis[TM] platform for Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM).
Launch of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Provides Organizations Foundation for Innovation and Reinforces #1 Position in Middleware WASHINGTON, July 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- News Facts -- As part of today's Oracle(R) Fusion Middleware 11g launch, Oracle announced that Oracle Fusion Middleware remains the Company's fastest growing business.
Software Accelerator Helps Reduce Development Costs of Oracle Fusion Middleware SAN FRANCISCO -- Accenture (NYSE: ACN) today unveiled at Oracle OpenWorld 2011 version three of its Accenture Foundation Platform for Oracle (AFPO), which offers clients a variety of new features, including the capability to access Oracle Applications on mobile devices.