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April 30, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:02pm


By CBR Staff Writer

NCR Corp’s Internet Electronic Commerce package, with which it hopes to enhance its Scaleable Data Warehousing and High Availability transaction processing offerings, offers few real surprises. The package pulls together existing technologies that NCR has been selling separately for the past year, and is based on its WorldMark servers. It includes Intranet Access Server, High Availability Web Cluster Servers for NT, and Web-enabled Data Warehouse NCR announced last year it would be getting in to electronic commerce, based on its high security Top End transaction processing system, for which it wrote a Java client (CI No 2,932). The company will develop vertical market systems in areas such as retail and financial services. NCR also said all WorldMark servers for NT and Unix will be Internet-ready, bundled with software from partners including Microsoft Corp and Netscape Communications Corp. The company seems to be pushing NT for new customers, and expects Internet Electronic Commerce to sell more on NT.

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