Kulicke & Soffa Sells Wedge Bonder

Kulicke & Soffa Industries, Inc. (Nasdaq: KLIC) today announced the sale of its wedge bonder technology to Orthodyne Electronics located in Irvine, California. The sale includes both the design of wedge bonding machines and the licensing of intellectual property.

Percussion Software’s Rhythmyx ECM Solution to Support Symbian Website Upgrade

Percussion® Software today announced that Symbian Ltd. has chosen Rhythmyx™ to support the upgrade of its corporate website. Following a competitive tender against other leading providers, Percussion’s Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution is being deployed to manage content on www.symbian.com. Symbian will deploy Rhythmyx with Percussion’s Lyrix™, a content migration product that enables the company to reuse the content it had previously created in IBM’s Lotus Domino® applications throughout the new corporate site.

Wind River outlines strategy and key open source initiatives to bridge real-time and open source dev

Wind River brings open standards and solutions to Device Software Optimisation (DSO) Joins Eclipse as Strategic Developer of newly proposed project for device software development Contributes VxWorks implementation of Transparent Interprocess Communications (TIPC) to SourceForge Collaborates with the open source community projects and key consortia Introduces the Device Software Optimisation Awareness Program (http://www.windriver.com/dso_information.html)

Alacos Wins Prestigious Linux World Product Excellence Award for Windows® to Linux® Desktop Migratio

Alacos is a data migration and conversion software company. Alacos is a provider of Windows to Linux desktop and server migration consulting and software. Alacos’ Thin Client Migration Agent is the easiest, most powerful way to migrate data from Windows fat client environments to thin client systems. Alacos provides consulting services for companies and organizations migrating servers and desktops to thin client and Linux environments. Alacos is a business partner of IBM, Sun, Novell, and Red Hat.