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Written by:SuperUser Account
7/23/2010 9:14 AM RssIcon

By Tim Stevens of Engadget

Microsoft becomes official ARM licensee for greater glory in the mobile spaceARM processors are so hot right now, especially in the mobile space, where they power many of the greatest smartphones, tablets, and mobile devices coming down the turnpike. Microsoft is apparently looking to merge in on that action, becoming an official ARM licensee. It's unclear exactly what MS will be doing with its new found technical rights, but General Manager KD Hallman said "With closer access to the ARM technology we will be able to enhance our research and development activities for ARM-based products." This likely means Microsoft will be better optimizing Windows Embedded and Windows Phone for the processor architecture, but also opens the door for Ballmer & Co. to create their own magical microprocessor and, ultimately, use it to rule the world with an iron fist. Terms of the agreement were not given, but hopefully nobody in Redmond had to lose any appendages to seal the deal.

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RoseASP 
Office Location:  San Diego, California, United States
Type:  Reseller,VAR,Other
Industry Focus:  Application Hosting of Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions and ISV solutions. SPLA licensing, SAAS Hosting,


RoseASP is a leading provider of SOX compliant, hosted ERP solutions to mid-sized business. We specialize in hosting Dynamics GP, AX, CRM, and SharePoint. With our growing partner program membership, we offer an expanding catalog of ISV products and solutions to our clients, ensuring maximum security, and reliability for mission-critical applications.

 

 

 
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Jack Frost Design 
Office Location:  San Ramon, California, United States
Type:  ISV,Training Firm,VAR,Other
Industry Focus:  Jack Frost Design is all about business and not necessarily about a specific industry. After 40+ years in business JFD has touched corporations, medium size businesses and some small business entities. No matter what industry you are in delivering a successful business initiative requires a strong command of four key business skills:•Business Operations: a solid understanding of workflow process and ROI (return on investment).•Marketing: the ability to identify and reach a target market with an effectively motivating message.•Technology: the technical skills to harness the most effective technologies for business process automation.•Branding: the ability to encapsulate all of the above factors within a unified vision that resonates with the target customer and builds loyalty.Because it only takes weakness in one of these areas to undermine what would have otherwise been a successful enterprise, Jack Frost Design has taken the unusual step of including each of these areas of expertise in a single company. It a unique approach. It has been successful for 40+ years.


SharePoint Makes it Possible. JFD Makes it HappenAt JFD we have a solid understanding and respect for SharePoint. We pioneered using the technology for public facing websites and we are skilled at configuring it to reduce the possibility of uncontrolled over deployment. We use the product the same way that most of our clients do.We also let ROI be our guide in the development of workflow automation and we never build without a financial goal and a documented blueprint or project plan. JFD has been brought in to clean up other partner's failed projects. And as a company we are most proud of our work ethic.

 

 

SP Marketplace 
Office Location:  Penn Valley, , United States
Type:  ISV
Industry Focus:  Cross Industry


SP Marketplace (SharePoint Marketplace) is a provider of business software applications built on Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365. These templates include IT Help Desk, CRM, Intranet Portal and Employee Self Service applications.

 

 

Clarity Ventures 
Office Location:  Austin, TX, United States
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Industry Focus:  Website and eCommerce integration with Microsoft ERP systems


Clarity Ventures addresses key areas for our clients. They come to us needing an improved web presence and enterprise level, customizable business software solutions. From our initial conversation through to project completion, Clarity Ventures delivers a solid, proven roadmap for delivering an effective, timely solution.

 

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