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Nov 28 2008   3:17PM GMT

IBM buys another software company

David Vasta David Vasta Profile: David Vasta

This should go under my “what bad ecconomy” section too, but it’s not. IBM, the big blue giant has purchased Transitive Software. I will  let the IT Jungle explain:

Link :: IBM’s Transitive Buy Presents Interesting Server Options

“Here’s a story you’ve heard a bunch of times: IBM liked the software so much, it bought the company. And so the story ran again last week, when Big Blue bought software emulation specialist Transitive for an undisclosed sum of money. Transitive makes a bit of software called QuickTransit, which allows applications created for one chip to be encapsulated, and run on completely different architectures.” – IT Jungle

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