IBM announced yesterday it is to extend its WebSphere Web development platform with two more packages designed to extend into the high-end Ecommerce market. The two new additions, yet to be named, will offer "extended functionality" compared to the existing WebSphere Application Server 1.1 and WebSphere Studio 1.0, according to Tony Occleshaw, IBM marketing manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The first extension will include Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) capabilities, which Occleshaw described as a "superb programming aid". The high-end product will also include transaction processing capabilities for a "perfect, shrink-wrapped, high-end Ecommerce solution."
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