Brief News Roundup for Mid-August, 2011
Here are some interesting mainframe-related stories from around the world:
- ComputerWeekly interviews 18-year old Danish mainframe engineer John Prehn.
- Data Center Journal reports on "Big Iron Today: The State of Mainframes." Answer: The state is excellent.
- T3 Technologies, TurboHercules, and Neon Software Enterprises have withdrawn their complaint lodged with the European Union's antitrust authorities against IBM. T3 and Neon both lost U.S. court cases against IBM earlier this year.
- The Wall Street Journal writes: "Behind the Youthful Sales Surge for IBM Mainframes."
- Aptly named Micro Focus is looking for a white knight. Meanwhile, Compuware and BMC beat earnings estimates.
|by Timothy Sipples||August 15, 2011 in Cloud Computing, Current Affairs, People |
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