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BEA talks up liquid computing vision

BEA is unveiling a host of new products at this year’s show as it promotes its vision of liquid computing.

BEA is unveiling a host of new products at this year’s show as it promotes its vision of liquid computing, which is designed to create a fluid enterprise in which IT responsiveness drops from months to minutes.

The vendor is running daily demonstrations showing how liquid computing builds on a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) foundation, with the ultimate objective of aligning enterprise interactions with real-time business goals to help companies become service-driven enterprises, ultimately achieving enterprise comp-atibility, active adaptability and breakthrough productivity.

The concept of liquid computing is symbolically represented by a sail boat on BEA's stand, which this year is accommodating four meeting rooms to facilitate increased and focused interaction with business executives, technical attendees and developers.

"BEA's goal is to reduce complexity and cost while at the same time be innovating on behalf of our customers. We have made dramatic inroads in the Middle East market and our aim is to further improve business efficiency with liquid computing," says Diyaa Zebian, regional manager for the Middle East and Egypt at eSolutions BEA.

"In this region, where IT market is on a high growth track, businesses are inc-reasingly willing to invest in web-based enterprise solutions. We are sure BEA will make waves with liquid computing at Gitex 2004," he adds.

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