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Digi Launches commercial-grade 3G wireless router
Digi International announced the release of the ConnectPort WAN, an upgradeable, commercial-grade 3G Wireless WAN router. The product offers a secure, high-speed cellular connection for primary and backup network connectivity to remote sites and devices.

The product offers cellular router, firewall, switch, VPN appliance and terminal server functionality in one device. Coupled with Cingular’s 3G network, the ConnectPort WAN provides wireless broadband downlink connections at average speeds of 400-700kbps for primary and backup remote device connectivity. The router also features an embedded four-port Ethernet switch, two RS-232 serial ports and one USB port.


EMC CLARiiON Disk Library reaches 35-petabyte milestone
EMC Corp. announced enhancements to its CLARiiON Disk Library series of disk-based backup and recovery solutions.

These changes include a new entry-level CLARiiON DL210 model that is designed for mid-size enterprises and branch offices, integration of EMC NetWorker 7.3 backup and recovery software for improved media management capabilities and support for the IBM System i (formerly iSeries) platform. EMC also announced that its CLARiiON Disk Library models will offer virtual tape “shredding” to enable deletion of data to meet business and regulatory requirements.

The EMC CLARiiON CL210 and System i-supported models are available now and can be purchased directly through EMC and its worldwide Velocity Channel and distribution network. Pricing begins at around US$50,000. CLARiiON Disk Library models with integrated NetWorker 7.3 and virtual tape shredding will be available to customers in late Q2 2006.

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BEA announces BlueDragon, BEA WebLogic edition
BEA Systems Inc. announced the release of BlueDragon, BEA WebLogic edition. BlueDragon is designed to help enable customers to modernize and extend legacy ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML) applications to run on BEA WebLogic Server.

The solution is designed for BEA WebLogic and is made to allow customers to unlock and extend their legacy applications to new platforms and accelerate the delivery of service-oriented architectures (SOAs), helping to make the flow of information, processes and services across the business possible. With the product, developers can redeploy legacy code onto WebLogic without having to commit to rewrites, helping to increase efficiency and lower costs.

BlueDragon, BEA WebLogic edition is available from the company’s site.


StoresOnline releases version 5.0 of StoresOnline Pro
StoresOnline launched a release of its site-building e-commerce software platform, which is searchable and indexed to aid users in more fully utilizing its resources.

The new StoresOnline Web site uses a simplified format that allows for greater ease of access for customers and is much easier to navigate than its predecessor. StoresOnline clients can log onto the site under the Merchant Services link using their licence number and password. Once inside, clients gain access to a series of helps, links and tutorials designed to help them learn to market their sites online.

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