Microsoft announced Microsoft Amalga Unified Intelligence System (UIS) 2009, the next generation of the enterprise data aggregation platform.
At the Web 2.0 Expo, Palm revealed additional details regarding its developer program for the new Palm webOS platform.
At the CTIA Wireless conference, Adobe and Texas Instruments (TI) announced a technology collaboration to optimize Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR for the TI OMAP mobile applications platform.
NVIDIA introduced NVIDIA SLI Multi-OS, a technology that allows users and visualization applications to take full advantage of multiple NVIDIA Quadro GPUs from a single graphics workstation in a virtualized environment.
AMD and Havok, the provider of interactive software for physics simulation and content development, are presenting new, optimized executions of Havok’s physics middleware on AMD platforms at the 2009 Game Developers Conference. The demonstrations include the first OpenCL supported execution of Havok Cloth.
NVIDIA announced at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, CA, NVIDIA APEX, a new capability to its PhysX technology development software development kit (SDK), that provides artists, level designers, and game developers with a set of tools that streamline the process of implementing scalable physics across multiple platforms for next-generation titles.
Novell announced the availability of SUSE Linux Enterprise 11, the operating system designed for the next-generation data center.
Sun announced the availability of Sun Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Software 3, which provides new enhancements and features to help companies maximize their IT infrastructure utilization and improve manageability of desktop deployments.
Adobe announced a new version of Adobe Director software offering game developers, multimedia authors, and e-learning professionals a host of new features for creating immersive gaming and multimedia applications.
Kaspersky Lab announces the launch of Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 for Ultra-Portables, a special edition offering comprehensive protection for ultra-portable computers.
Intel announced the release of Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers (GPA), a suite of software tools created in support of the Visual Adrenaline developer program.
Autodesk announced it has designated Vancouver, British Columbia as the third pilot city of its Digital Cities initiative.
Dassault Systèmes announced the latest release of 3DVIA Virtools 5, its 3D engine for rapid game prototyping and 3D application development. The new 3DVIA Virtools 5 features updates that ease the development process and will make delivering high-quality 3D projects faster.
IBM and Dassault Systèmes announced BMW’s use of a single digital software environment for the design of all BMW engines across its fuel and diesel-powered cars, motorcycles, and its newest line of eco-friendly, hybrid cars including the industry’s first hydrogen-powered vehicle.
HP and Sun announced an expanded multi-year partnership agreement that enables HP to distribute and provide software technical support for Sun’s Solaris 10 Operating System on the HP ProLiant server and blade system platforms.
Novell announced a broad collaboration with VMware to help independent software vendors (ISVs) build fully supported SUSE Linux Enterprise-based virtual appliances.
Fujitsu Siemens Computers and VMware announced a joint solution that guarantees high quality-of-service for SAP applications.
Dassault Systèmes, a leader in 3D and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions and Intercim, a leader in manufacturing and production operations management software solutions for advanced and highly regulated industries, announced a new step forward in their strategic alliance, with Dassault Systèmes taking a minority position in Intercim.
LG Electronics and Intel announced a collaboration around mobile Internet devices (MIDs) based on Intel’s next-generation MID hardware platform, codenamed “Moorestown,” and Linux-based Moblin v2.0 software platform.
HP announced plans to support the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system on future smartphone devices.
Adobe and Nokia announced a $10 million Open Screen Project fund designed to help developers create applications and services for mobile, desktop and consumer electronics devices using the Adobe Flash Platform.
Opera joined the mobile Linux leaders in the LiMo Foundation. By joining this mobile Linux community, Opera hopes to contribute to the advancement of open and accessible mobile phone technology.
Sun announced the release of the first generic communication protocol between a Key Manager and an encrypting device into an open source community. This latest effort in the Open Storage initiative gives customers greater choice, value and flexibility through the resources in open source communities.
Honeywell and Gavitec – mobile digit, a provider of mobile ticketing technologies, announced the availability of XELIA, an area-imaging solution that scans bar codes directly from mobile phone and PDA displays.
Opera unveils its latest innovation for better browsing, Opera Turbo. This all-new, turbo-charged way to surf will make its exclusive appearance at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from February 16-19, 2009.