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DCOMDistributed Component Object Model (Microsoft)
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2) Delivery of hardware, software licenses and infrastructure services for IS DCOM, which is required in respect of:
By leveraging Software AG's experience with mission-critical systems and its work porting DCOM to non-Microsoft platforms, EntireX allows organizations to transform mainframes into active component servers and turn existing legacy applications into components that can be easily assembled into applications across a wide range of platforms," said Chris Bradley, director of network computing for Software AG Americas.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Software AG has released the first commercial version of DCOM for Unix.
The maintenance of the Negative Outlook reflects the continued profitability pressure DCOM exhibited in 2007.
The six year-old software house from Dallas, Texas has built up its business by concentrating on object technology, specializing in merging the two opposing object management group Corba and Microsoft Corp DCOM groups.
Integrated Version of DCOM Provides Interoperability
Because of its focus on multi-family real estate lending and its limited geographic diversity, DCOM is particularly exposed to the local real estate market which continues to exhibit strong characteristics, a significant driver in the company's strong asset quality indicators.
Developers and customers can download the DCOM for Windows 95 beta from the World Wide Web at http://www.
today announced publication on the Internet of a document that describes the binary network protocol for DCOM -- the Distributed Component Object Model -- a key ActiveX(TM) technology for building powerful Internet and intranet applications.