Industry Update

— November 22, 2006

IBM Developing Software to Bridge Gap Between Business, IT
IBM is developing software technology called "Dot2Dot" that would bring business and IT representatives closer together by helping them "speak" the same language.

Mobile Phone Market Expected to Hit One Billion in Sales
By the end of the year, 1 billion mobile phones will have been sold worldwide, according to an estimate made by market research firm IDC. That number is based on recorded sales figures from all phone manufacturers.

Aircraft Customers to Get Faster Data Access
MarkLogic and InfoTrust are teaming up to give airline industry customers quicker access to data. The FlightLine software program ultimately helps reduce the time it takes to service aircrafts.


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