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January 23, 1994

IXI IS SWAPPING IDEAS WITH DEC AND WORKING WITH MICROSOFT TO GET OLE ON ITS WINTIF ENVIRONMENT

By CBR Staff Writer

In addition to setting up interoperability and networking support, IXI Ltd is also working on Microsoft Corp Object Linking & Embedding and Dynamic Data Exchange functionality for its Win-tif environment in conjunction with parent company Santa Cruz Operation Inc. IXI, which says it hopes to have basic Object Linking & Embedding capabilities in place by the middle of the year, says that the aim is to have an object in a Motif widget dynamically linked to a Windows application. The Cambridge, UK-based company will be swapping ideas with Digital Equipment Corp at the end of the month – DEC is working with Microsoft to provide interoperable technologies that enable the Object Management Group Common Object Request Broker Architecture-compliant object request brokers to interact with Object Linking & Embedding and Dynamic Data Exchange and vice versa.

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