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December 19, 2004

BEA expands Tuxedo mainframe connectivity

BEA Systems Inc has upgraded its Tuxedo mainframe adapters to provide a broader infrastructure for migrating legacy systems to open systems, or for building new applications that require mainframe connectivity.

By CBR Staff Writer

The company said its Tuxedo Mainframe Adapters, designed to provide end-to-end transactional support between BEA Tuxedo and mainframe applications, can now support applications built on IMS 8.1 and CICS 2.3. According to the company, the adapters can link IMS or CICS applications on the mainframe with open, standards-based applications built on Tuxedo.

Competitors specializing in host connectivity include the likes of NetManage, Facet Corp, Hummingbird, Attunity, iWay Software, Neon Systems, and WRQ.

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