Hitachi rolls out Web services using Mind Electric

Electronics giant Hitachi plans to use The Mind Electric's TME GLUE software as a Web services platform under its new ubiquitous computing effort.

Tokyo-based electronics giant Hitachi Ltd. plans to use The Mind Electric's TME GLUE as a Web services platform...

for embedded systems and TME GAIA as a peer-to-peer (P2P) platform to power a new distributed system for ubiquitous computing.

The Mind Electric (TME), an Addison, Texas-based software company, said Hitachi plans to deliver a platform for ubiquitous computing that connects a broad range of mobile, embedded and general computing devices, such as cellular phones, PDAs, mobile PCs and plant controlling and monitoring systems. The TME GLUE Web services platform and TME GAIA Web services fabric products with P2P architecture will provide the fundamental, underlying connectivity of the Hitachi platform.

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