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com) a global supplier of fiber optics, network equipment, software and integration services for broadband, multiservice networks, has announced the release of its Advanced Data System Environment (ADSE) 2.
In an ideal system environment, all data resides on a central server and all users, both local and remote, would have unrestrained access to the system for all functions.
Wyse's Systems Division is committed to supplying industry-standard, client/server computing solutions for open system environments, including USL and SCO UNIX and Microsoft Windows NT.
Howard Elias, EMC Executive Vice President, Corporate Marketing and Office of Technology, said, "The rapid growth of unstructured file-based information, along with the rising complexity of its management, have customers demanding the same high utilization rates in their NAS and file system environments that they have come to expect from SANs.
Microsoft's push into the enterprise has created a need to ensure the Windows Server System environment achieves the highest levels of availability, manageability and performance.
Visual Studio customers will soon be able to leverage CaliberRM from within their Team System environment to define and manage business, technology, operational and compliance-related requirements, helping to align project stakeholders and improve project success even in the face of constant change.
CentricStor, developed by Fujitsu Siemens Computers, is the first and only self-contained virtual tape appliance that supports the predominant operating system environments and back-up applications as well as major tape automation platforms and tape devices from such prominent companies as StorageTek, ADIC and IBM.
Virtual PC allows one PC to support multiple computing operating system environments and the applications that run within each such operating system, while keeping costs in control.