Inprise has made a further attempt to distance itself from its Borland days by turning its dBase database products over to its Interbase subsidiary.
Interbase will assume development and marketing responsibilities for the for the Visual dBase product line, Inprise said this week, including Visual dBase 7 Professional, and the Visual Base 7 Client/Server suite.
The move stems from Inprise's attempts to transform its corporate identity, which has seen it drop the Borland name, and focus on application servers and development tools.
Borland had originally bought dBase in 1991, although the failure to launch a Windows version for several years was seen as a major mistake.
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