FRAMINGHAM (10/17/2003) - IBM Corp. said it's acquiring the software assets of CrossAccess Corp., a Santa Clara, Calif.-based vendor of tools for integrating mainframe databases sold by IBM and rival vendors with applications running on other systems. The purchase price wasn't disclosed. IBM said it plans to meld CrossAccess' eXadas software with the DB2 Information Integrator technology it released last spring.
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