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Sybase

(Sybase Inc., Dublin, CA, www.sybase.com) A software company founded in 1984 that specializes in enterprise infrastructure and integration of platforms, databases and applications. It was originally known for its SQL Server relational DBMS, but expanded its line in 1995 when it acquired Powersoft, makers of the PowerBuilder application development software. Sybase product families include databases, development tools, integration middleware, enterprise portals and mobile and wireless servers. In 2010, Sybase was acquired by SAP.
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Sybase iAnywhere is collaborating with WiMedia Alliance members including Artimi and Staccato Communications.
Sybase WorkSpace 1.5 is also the first commercial development environment to offer modular packaging, enabling customers to buy only the pieces they need to customize their environment.
Sybase iAnywhere products that will support the line of Windows Mobile-based Treo smartphones include:
"This acquisition will offer a powerful and accessible product that, combined with our mobile data and products, will allow Sybase to offer all the benefits of Unwired Enterprise", said Sybase councilor president, John Chen.
The combination of SAP and Sybase EIM offerings provides the industryEoACAOs broadest solution portfolio for enterprise information management, including data integration and data quality, master data management, complex event processing (CEP), real-time replication, modeling, application development and database capabilities.
Sybase Data Auditing will enhance Sybase's established position within large financial services organizations and other enterprises that must comply with government-regulated data auditing requirements, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
The joint HCL Axon and Sybase solution is expected to boost worker productivity by providing integration between enterprise information resources and a wide range of mobile devices.
Databases and applications supported include Advantage Ingres, DB2, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP R/3 and Sybase.
Sybase provides High Volume Adaptive Replication (HVAR) technology, which utilises an optimisation technique to analyse rapidly changing data and deliver only final outcomes.
Dejima will operate within Sybase's mobile and wireless subsidiary, iAnywhere Solutions.
"Sybase considered relocating to spaces throughout Manhattan and found that the Grace Building continued to best meet their needs," said Kiell.