May 17, 2004
MCAD Product Review Update
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IBM business partners are also taking the IBM Workplace Client Technology into consideration. ISVs, developers, and integrators can now deploy their offerings to heterogeneous environments as well as deliver customized products on a broad range of devices extending J2EE solutions to J2ME devices. IBM's Workplace Client Technology lets IBM business partners such as Adobe, PeopleSoft, Siebel address specific industries and business processes. Will this model ever extend to CAD/CAM, or more broadly, PLM (CATIA, ENOVIA, DELMIA, etc.)? That's anybody's guess, but probably not likely in the near term; however, you never know, and stranger things have happened. I put a call in to the folks at
IBM about this possibility, but did not receive a response by the time we had to put MCAD Weekly to bed. If or when I do get a response, I'll be sure and report the outcome.

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