Digital Equipment is to offer a number of third party add-ons to Microsoft Exchange to bolster its own services offering and provide a sales channel for smaller software developers.
The Digital Business Solutions for Exchange programme will take product offerings from seven companies and offer them to customers who are deploying or have deployed Exchange. Applications from the vendors cover unified messaging and collaboration functions.
The seven vendors are Omtool, Octel Communications, Fenestrae, Front Office, Keyfile, Eastman Software and Staffware. Collaboration products will be rolled out in conjunction with a number of system integrators and Vars.
Digital claimed last month that it had rolled out 1.5 million seats of Exchange and that Exchange 5.5 running on Digital Alpha servers doubled previous benchmark performances.
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