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(August 20, 2003) - The Medical College of Georgia, Center for Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine, a leading research facility for genomic research relating to diabetes and autoimmune diseases, has selected XML Global's GoXML™ Transform 5.0 to import and transform microarray data ...
(August 20, 2003) - This week, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) issued Web Ontology Language (OWL) as a W3C Candidate Recommendation. Candidate Recommendation is an explicit call for implementations, indicating that the document has been reviewed by all other W3C Working Groups, tha...
(August 13, 2003) - DataPower Technology, Inc., has announced the availability of the first programmatic management interface that uses XML/SOAP messages to provision, configure, or monitor its family of XML-aware network devices. This interface offers simplified and programmable provi...
(August 5, 2003) - A recent XBRL Software Vendor Survey shows that more than two-thirds of accounting software vendors have either already XBRL-enabled at least one of their accounting software packages or will do so by December 2004. These software vendors include Microsoft, Oracle, H...
(July 23, 2003) - LinuxGram editor and industry agent provocateur Maureen O'Gara ruffled a few feathers earlier this week when she wrote an opinion piece in which she wondered out loud whether there was any merit in the blunt contention: 'XML Sucks.' Hardly surprisingly, the worldwide ...
(July 23, 2003) - While the case for using XML standards has been made relative to a broad range of industries and applications, the financial services industry is now beginning to recognize the vital role XML will play in payments - particularly the payment-related demands of e-commer...
(July 23, 2003) - Communication software pioneer netomat is launching the beta version of a new personal multimedia communication service based on XML. With the new netomat service, anyone can create and publish or send multimedia Web sites, e-mails, and blogs using any combination of ...
(July 23, 2003) - Altova Inc. has initiated the Altova Partner Program and partner portal to assist new and existing partners to create business opportunities for products, services, and solutions. Through the program, XML product and services companies will gain a competitive advantag...
(July 23, 2003) - Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced new graphical design software for creating intelligent electronic documents. Leveraging the power of PDF for presenting information and XML for processing data, the new form design software will enable organizations to design a...
(July 2, 2003) - Software AG, Inc., has released a new version of its Tamino XML Server, including a new indexing tool for performing metadata searches on non-XML documents such as Microsoft Office and Sun StarOffice. Other text retrieval enhancements in Tamino XML Server 4.1.4 include...
Now that the newly XML-enabled version of Microsoft Office, code-named 'Office 11,' is in its first official beta release, XML-J Industry Newsletter went straight to Tim Bray, co-inventor of eXtensible Markup Language, and asked for his exclusive views on this improvement in what Micro...
Oasis, which seems to be very busy these days, has set up six, count 'em six, LegalXML technical committees to create royalty-free standards for exchanging legal documents. They include the LegalXML Integrated Justice TC, which is supposed to design specs for exchanging data among just...
As part of XML-J's ongoing celebration of XML's 4th birthday (actual date: February 4, 1998, the date of the W3C's XML 1.0 specification), we asked: What would be the best birthday present anyone could give to XML?
The co-inventor of XML, Tim Bray, has been stirring up a lively debate among Internet technologists. The reason? He thought it might be fun to make a public presentation in which XML - and indeed every other Internet technology of the past and present - was 'ranked' according to the s...
Currently chair of the OASIS UBL Technical Committee, Jon Bosak organized and led the working group that created XML, subsequently serving for two years as chair of the XML Coordination Group of the W3C. At Sun, Bosak originated the strategy used for the Web distribution of documentati...
Change seems to be the steady-state condition in the XML world. Ideas, initiatives, and standards continue to spin off at an accelerated rate within an ever-expanding XML user community. The topic has made its way into every corporate corner - from the lunchroom to the boardroom.
Buzzeo, Cape Clear to Provide SOAP-to-CORBA Solution (Scottsdale, AZ) - Buzzeo, Inc., and Cape Clear Software have combined ZEO CORBA Component Wizard's design and client/server generation capability with the CapeConnect functionality for creation of SOAP-enabled HTML clients accessin...
NeoCore Signs Agreement with X-Aware (Colorado Springs, CO) - NeoCore has signed an OEM licensing agreement with X-Aware that will allow NeoCore to incorporate seamless data synchronization into its XML Commerce Server. The X-Aware technology will be available in beta form in the XM...
Software AG to Acquire SAGA Systems (Darmstadt, Germany / Reston, VA) - Software AG will acquire SAGA Systems for approximately $360 million. SAGA Systems markets and services Software AG's products in North and South America, Japan, and Israel, in addition to licensing and servici...
Bristol Technology Announces eXactML 1.2 (Danbury, CT) - Bristol Technology Inc. announces eXactML 1.2, with support for Sun Solaris SPARCompiler 4.2 and XHTML.
(Vancouver, BC) - XML Global Technologies, Inc., an XML middleware company, has announced the release of GoXML Transform Central, an extended e-business transaction platform. GoXML Transform Central expands the capabilities of GoXML Transform Foundation by providing dynamic transformat...
(February 18, 2002) - Some technologies are born with a silver spoon in the right hand and a silver fork in the left. Others are born with a wooden spoon in both hands. XML, when it was 'born' four years ago on February 10th, 1998, the date of the W3C's XML 1.0 specification, came in...
(May 17, 2002) - The HR-XML Consortium, a global nonprofit organization dedicated to creating data interchange standards for human resources, has approved a background checking standard. The specification supports the generation of background-check requests using data sourced from HR s...
NeoCore Inc. has announced version 2.6 of its core product, NeoCore XML Information Management System (XMS), a self-constructing native XML database that dramatically reduces the cost and time to market for dynamic business applications. This release, which includes an optimized stand-...
(September 25, 2002) - Three veteran entrepreneurs have f launched Swingtide, a new software company whose aim is to protect, measure, and maximize companies' Quality of Business amid the proliferation of XML.
(January 22, 2003) - OAGI, the most experienced and widely implemented XML business language standards group in the world, recently joined the four International de jure Standards Organizations in a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Electronic Business. Founding members of the MoU i...
(March 26, 2003) - Veridocs' XMLdocs Version 1, a hosted XML document authoring and management system, is now available. For the release, Veridocs has added a flexible new 'Template Designer' feature not available on the product’s beta version. XMLdocs Version 1 is available at http://...
(June 11, 2003) - Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003, part of the Microsoft Office System, has been reinvented to support a wide range of capabilities for building XML-based, data-driven Web sites, while retaining ease of use. FrontPage 2003 will be the first commercially available, fully...
(Darmstadt, Germany) - The growth of e-business and the World Wide Web is creating a resurgence in the significance of mainframes. But to enjoy their benefits, users and developers need expanded functionality and direct integration with the Web. Software AG meets these requirements wit...
(Redmond, WA) - As part of the ongoing Microsoft .NET strategy, Microsoft Corp. announced the availability of two new tools that integrate the power and efficiency of XML Web services and the familiar computing environment of Office XP. Both the Office XP Web Services Toolkit and the S...
(May 23, 2002) - Software AG, Inc., a pioneer in XML technologies, has announced the general availability of XML Mediator, a tool for building XML information exchange hubs. XML Mediator manages XML interactions that discover relevant information and uses that information to trigger be...
The SALT Forum, a group of companies with a shared goal of accelerating the use of speech technologies in multimodal and telephony systems, has contributed the Speech Application Language Tags (SALT) specification to the World Wide Web Consortium. The SALT Forum has asked the W3C Multi...
Now that the newly XML-enabled version of Microsoft Office, code-named 'Office 11,' is in its first official beta release, XML-J Industry Newsletter went straight to Tim Bray, co-inventor of eXtensible Markup Language, and asked for his exclusive views on this improvement in what Micro...
(January 22, 2003) - HiT Software Inc. and Altova recently announced a new product integration between Altova's XMLSPY 5 and HiT Software's winAllora Xpress, a bi-directional data mapping utility that facilitates conversion of XML and relational data. When used together, the two produc...
(March 26, 2003) - Microsoft's participation in a W3C Web Services Choreography Working Group held earlier this month baffled the W3C twice: once when Microsoft representatives (Alan Brown and Greg Merredith) attended the group, despite prior signals that MS would not attend, and then ...
(June 18, 2003) - Tokyo Electron Limited (TEL) has begun the distribution of the DataPower XS40 XML Security Gateway and the DataPower XA35 XML Accelerator to meet the demand for XML-aware networking devices in Japan for the deployment of Web services and XML applications.
(St. Paul, MN) - Lawson Software went public on Friday, December 7, offering 14 million shares of its common stock at a price of $14 per share. On its first day of trading on Nasdaq under the symbol 'LWSN,' the stock rose 13 percent by midday.
IXIASOFT, the leader in native XML database technology, and Altova Inc., the leader in XML development tools, announce the availability of the XML Spy integration kit. The free package, downloadable from IXIASOFT's Web site, enables the widespread XML Spy user community to leverage TEX...
(May 23, 2002) - Altova Inc., the provider of XML Spy 4.3 Suite, and XML Global Technologies, Inc., an XML middleware company, have launched XML Integration Workbench, a powerful and cost-effective alternative to solutions offered by the large integration vendors. The XML Integration W...
(August 21, 2002) - Speaking to developers in Canada this week, after a four-year hiatus from speaking publicly north of the border, Microsoft's chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates appropriately made the crossing of boundaries one of the themes of his remarks.


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