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Published By: Lenovo     Published Date: Jul 07, 2015
"Lenovo® XClarity™ is a new centralized systems management solution that helps administrators deliver infrastructure faster. This solution integrates easily into Lenovo System x® M5 and X6 rack servers and the Lenovo Flex System™ — all powered by Intel® Xeon® processors — providing automated discovery, monitoring, firmware updates, configuration management, and bare metal deployment of operating systems and hypervisors across multiple systems. Lenovo XClarity provides automated resource management with agentless, software virtual appliance architecture. It features an intuitive graphical user interface. Download now to find out more about Lenovo XClarity! Sponsored by Lenovo® and Intel®"
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lenovo, xclarity, server value, system management, automated discovery, configuration management, software development, it management, enterprise applications
    
Lenovo
Published By: Sybase PowerBuilder     Published Date: Jan 19, 2012
Sybase PowerBuilder has remained throughout the years a bastion of application development productivity for a wide class of enterprise applications that combine database access with a highly productive graphical user interface (GUI).
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sybase, powerbuilder, data, development, applications, integrated development environments, ides, .net, windows 7, web services, visual user interface, datawindow, j2e, win32, .net frameworks, business application, wpf
    
Sybase PowerBuilder
Published By: Mentor Graphics     Published Date: Aug 19, 2009
In today’s competitive embedded markets, manufacturers need to find ways to differentiate without adversely impacting development time and cost. This is particularly true in relation to embedded devices that are designed for use by consumers. As such products become more sophisticated, user interaction via traditional switches, dials, and basic displays becomes less desirable for a number of reasons.
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mentor graphics, embedded markets, switches, dials, display, user interface, graphical user interface, gui, differentiation, open gl, oem
    
Mentor Graphics
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