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InformationWeek: An Inside Look At IBM's Eclipse Project

May 09, 2003, 04:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Charles Babcock)

"In November 2001, IBM announced it was contributing what it termed $40 million worth of software that it had developed as an internal developers' workbench to an open-source project it dubbed Eclipse.

"Last week, at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco, the state of Eclipse was reviewed at a roundtable discussion of four participants in the project and an Eclipse user. They were:

  • "Marc Erickson, IBM's representative to Eclipse and communications manager for Eclipse.org
  • "Cory Bialowas, product manager for the Rational Division of IBM, the former Rational Software tool supplier
  • "Sebastian Marineau, development manager for QNX Software Systems Ltd., a supplier of real-time operating systems for embedded devices
  • "Mike Bauer, vice president of products, TimeSys Corp., a supplier of Linux for embedded systems
  • "Chris Songer, Tensilica Inc., a supplier of integrated tools for system-on-chip applications..."

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