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TCO for SAP
The Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Group (CGE&Y) announced the launch of a new TCO initiative for SAP solutions. CGE&Y said the initiative helps customers to maximize return on IT investments by reducing the TCO, and providing a platform for continued business innovation. The solution leverages a portfolio of offerings, including SAP ValueUpgrade, SAP Run, Rightshore and the integration with SAP NetWeaver, the open integration and application platform that drives lower cost of ownership across heterogeneous IT landscapes.


SATA NCQ technology
Seagate, Intel and Silicon Image demonstrated Serial ATA (SATA) Native Command Queuing (NCQ) technology, one of the most anticipated features of the Serial ATA interface. The companies created an integrated Serial ATA solution combining native SATA hard drives, host controller, and system software—all of which are required to perform SATA command queuing. Until today, SATA NCQ technology had been demonstrated only as a development technology.


New Notes and Domino 6.5
IBM India announced the availability of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 6.5, a messaging and collaboration platform. In addition to expanded Linux support and new in-box management features, the latest version of Lotus Notes and Domino integrates Lotus Instant Messaging (formerly Lotus Sametime) and WebSphere Portal functionality.

 
     
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