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Idetix Introduces Revize 3.5
(Troy, MI) - Idetix Software Systems Inc. announces the availability of the Revize v3.5 Content Management and Delivery System (CMDS). A platform and Web server-indepen- dent content management software built in pure Java, Revize enables nontechnical content editors to manage and change their own content and workflow permissions in a "management"-controlled environment. www.idetix.com

ATG Announces New Enterprise Commerce Applications
(Cambridge, MA) - Art Technology Group, Inc., announced the ATG Enterprise Commerce Suite, which includes the ATG Dynamo e-Business Platform, ATG Dynamo Application Server, ATG Control Center, and rich B2B and B2C commerce applications for the enterprise market.

For enterprises looking only at B2C retail commerce capabilities, ATG also announces the ATG Consumer Commerce Suite.

Unique to the platform are deep, scenario-driven personalization capabilities that help organizations customize online interactions and automate routine business commerce processes. www.atg.com

Centrifusion and iPlanet Announce Partnership
(Chicago) - Centrifusion, Inc., an e-business consulting and integration firm, and iPlanet E-Commerce Solutions, a Sun-Netscape Alliance, announced the formation of a formal alliance to build, market, and service e-commerce infrastructure solutions.

Both Centrifusion and iPlanet serve Global 3500 industry leaders in a variety of fields, including finance, telecommunications, and media. www.centrifusion.com

Kada to Bring Java to the Desktop Phone
(Burlington, MA) - Cisco Systems Inc. has selected the Kada Mobile Platform to support Java application capabilities in Cisco's family of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones.

The Kada Mobile Platform for Java delivers a full set of tools that enable organizations to implement Java solutions that are compliant with the J2ME specifications and to build adjunct profiles specific to their application needs while maintaining compliance with the specifications. www.kadasystems.com

TogetherSoft Launches Together ControlCenter 5.5
(Raleigh, NC) - TogetherSoft Corporation's Together ControlCenter 5.5 release enables companies to extend their current technology infrastructure and provide their development teams with a platform for modeling, building, and deploying software solutions.

Key enhancements include support for VB 6, VB .NET and C# (early access), Oracle9i and DB2 7.1 database management systems, and J2EE-compatible and SOAP/Web services support. www.togethersoft.com

THOUGHT Inc. Opens EU Headquarters in Paris
(San Francisco) - THOUGHT Inc., a leader in object to relational (O/R) mapping technology, OPTIMIZED for EJB and Java, announced the official opening of its EU operations headquarters in Paris. The offices at 71 rue de Saussure F-75017, Paris, are located in a high technology neighborhood similar to San Francisco's "South of Market." www.thoughtinc.com

SYS-CON Events Moving to Javits Center in 2002
(Montvale, NJ) - SYS-CON Events, Inc., will relocate its East Coast events to the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City in 2002. Web Services Edge 2002 East-International Web Services Conference & Expo and JDJEdge 2002-International Java Developer Conference & Expo will take place June 24-27, 2002. SYS-CON's East Coast events will complement the Technology Exchange Week New York - TECHXNY - a weeklong showcase for the most dynamic business technology players and products in the world.

"We look forward to coming back to New York City for the third year in a row and plan to double our exhibit floor by moving to the Jacob Javits Convention Center," said Grisha Davida, vice president of business development at SYS-CON Media. "This will allow us to host Java, XML, .NET, and all related technologies under our Web services canopy."

"We will open the Call for Papers for next year's conference on October 22, 2001," stated Cathy Walters, vice president of SYS-CON Events. www.sys-con.com

SYS-CON Media Launches Web Services Journal
(Montvale, NJ) - SYS-CON Media has debuted its premier issue of Web Services Journal, the first print and online magazine devoted exclusively to the newest and most pervasive computing paradigm since the arrival of the Web itself.

The premier issue features articles from some of the best-informed developers, analysts, and executives in the i-technology world. This collector's issue includes a "CEO Round Table Discussion" led by executives and visionaries like David Litwack, CEO of SilverStream; Barry Morris, CEO of Iona, David Clarke, CEO of Cape Clear; Simon Phipps of Sun Microsystems; and Tyler Jewell of BEA Systems, among others. www.sys-con.com/webservices

SYS-CON Media, Group Intelligence in Strategic Alliance
(Montvale, NJ) - SYS-CON Media and Group Intelligence have announced a strategic alliance in support of the fastest-growing Web-infrastructure market, WebSphere.

The companies will jointly deliver a full range of print, event, online, and digital services, creating the first information resource and infrastructure (InfoStructure) of the WebSphere marketplace.

WebSphere Developer's Journal, the newest i-technology publication from SYS-CON Media, will be published monthly starting in November. www.sys-con.com www.groupintelligence.com

JDJ Announces Record Circulation More Than 136,000 Copies Distributed
(Montvale, NJ) - SYS-CON Media has announced that circulation of Java Developer's Journal reached 104,254 copies with the June 2001 print edition, generating single-issue revenues of over $1 million. JDJ also announced a six-month target circulation of 97,325 (up from the previous six-month average of 89,652) during the period ending June 2001. In addition, JDJ delivered a 236,715-copy monthly circulation of its digital edition with the September 2001 issue.

"We're very pleased to see that Java Developer's Journal is serving the fast-growing Java developer community around the globe as the hands-down leading source of print and online information, and its lead increases with every issue," reports Fuat Kircaali, founder and CEO of SYS-CON Media. "Our hardworking SYS-CON team is very happy to be part of a leading company that offers unmatched quality information products in print and online, and with our i-technology conferences." www.sys-con.com

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