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IFXInfliximab (antibody)
IFXInfineon Technologies AG (Germany)
IFXInformix
IFXInstant Effects
IFXInteractive Financial Exchange
IFXInteractive Financial Exchange (specification for an open and interoperable online financial services marketplace)
IFXIntegrated Flight Experiment (for Space Based Laser)
IFXInternational Foreign Exchange (UK)
IFXInternational Financial Exchange
IFXInternet File Exchange (Tyco Electronics)
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The IBM Informix data server provides a unique system where you do not have to choose one or the other.
The IIUG Conference is a technical conference for IBM Informix users, being held on April 21-25, 2013, in San Diego, California.
The IBM Informix Dynamic Server (IDS 11) provides nearly hands-free administration to businesses of all sizes, and offers significant advantages in availability, manageability, security, and performance.
IBM (NYSE:IBM), an IT company, today (6 March) unveiled a new feature for customers of its Informix database software.
Ascential was spun out of Informix Software before IBM bought Informix's database business for $1 billion in early 2001.
Also it now offers support to recent database releases, including Oracle 9i, DB2 7.2, Sybase 12.5 and Informix 2.7.
It uses digital-friendly Informix database features in DB2, and has blurred the line between DAM and CM by including extensive digital asset management features in its Content Manager suite.
IBM (NYSE:IBM) and Informix(R) Corporation (Nasdaq: IFMX) have entered into a definitive agreement for IBM to acquire the assets of Informix Software--Informix's database business--in a cash transaction valued at $1 billion.
Informix has formed a technology and marketing partnership with SilverStream Software.
IBM has confirmed that it will pay up to $1 billion - nearly pounds 700 million - in cash to buy the database business of Informix Corporations.
Database vendor Informix donated an entire software suite to OMB Watch, for which the public-spending guardian was deeply grateful.