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The Sun-Netscape alliance, a partnership between America Online and Sun Microsystems, has released a scheduling system called iPlanet Calendar Server.
"Nextera's participation in the Sun-Netscape Alliance highlights the additional value we now bring to our clients and the progress we've made in successfully executing and enhancing our business model," said Gresh Brebach, chairman and chief executive officer of Nextera.
The Sun-Netscape Alliance has provided e-commerce applications for GTE's Network Commerce Platform (NCP) to offer enterprise solutions and flexible product deployment options for customers competing in the Net Economy.
Last month, Frontier, which is in the process of being acquired by Global Crossing Ltd in an $11.2bn deal, announced a partnership with the Sun-Netscape alliance to use the Sun- Netscape web and internet software as the basis of its IP applications including email, messaging, calendar, scheduling, voice, fax and others for its outsourcing offering.
The Sun-Netscape alliance, a partnership between America Online and Sun Microsystems, has released a new scheduling system called iPlanet Calendar Server.
The move is seen by many as another sign of the growing relationship between AOL and Sun since the blockbuster deal in which AOL acquired Netscape last November and the three subsequently formed the Sun-Netscape Alliance.
Following its roadmap for building out the Netscape product line, the Sun-Netscape alliance yesterday rolled out a commerce integration suite under the iPlanet brand, designed to develop and deploy e-commerce applications that can be linked with other internal applications as well as online merchant sites.
Mirapoint said its nose wasn't put out of joint when Frontier went to the Sun-Netscape alliance for its future messaging products.
Having supposedly been rebuffed in recent bids to acquire Java development specialists Inprise Corp (formerly Borland) and Symantec Corp, Sun has chosen Forte to provide the glue to tie its webtop and Sun-Netscape alliance web application server products into back-end database and transactions systems, and to build new network applications.