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Each member of the Eclipse Foundation  
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Each member of the Eclipse Foundation has committed to delivering one or more products based on Eclipse. For example, IBM has moved almost all of its IDE products to the Eclipse Platform. At EclipseCon 2004, many companies showed exciting demos of upcoming products based on Eclipse, including several products based on the new Eclipse RCP.
has committed to delivering one or more products based on Eclipse. For  
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example, IBM has moved almost all of its IDE products to the Eclipse  
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Platform. At EclipseCon 2004, many companies showed exciting  
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demos of upcoming products based on Eclipse, including several  
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products based on the new Eclipse RCP.
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In April 2004, the following companies had commercial Eclipse-based  offerings:
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Advanced Systems Concepts, Borland Software, CanyonBlue, Catalyst Systems, Codefarm, Embarcadero Technologies, Ensemble Systems, Ericsson, ETRI (Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute),  Flashline,  Fujitsu Software, Genuitec, Hewlett-Packard, Hitachi,  IBM, INNOOPRACT Informationssysteme,  Instantiations, Intel,  Logic Library,  M7, MERANT, Metanology, Micro Focus, MKS, MontaVista Software, Oracle, Parasoft, QA Systems, QNX Software Systems, Red Hat, SAP, SAS, Scapa Technologies, Serena Software, SilverMark, SlickEdit, SuSE, Sybase,  Teamstudio, Telelogic, Tensilica,  TimeSys,  and Wasabi Systems.
  
 
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In April 2004, the following companies had commercial Eclipse-based
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offerings:
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Advanced Systems Concepts,
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Borland Software,
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CanyonBlue,
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Catalyst Systems,
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Codefarm,
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Embarcadero Technologies,
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Ensemble Systems,
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Ericsson,
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ETRI (Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute),
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Flashline,
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Fujitsu Software,
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Genuitec,
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Hewlett-Packard,
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Hitachi,
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IBM,
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INNOOPRACT Informationssysteme,
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Instantiations,
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Intel,
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Logic Library,
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M7,
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MERANT,
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Metanology,
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Micro Focus,
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MKS,
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MontaVista Software,
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Oracle,
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Parasoft,
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QA Systems,
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QNX Software Systems,
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Red Hat,
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SAP,
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SAS,
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Scapa Technologies,
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Serena Software,
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SilverMark,
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SlickEdit,
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SuSE,
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Sybase,
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Teamstudio,
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Telelogic,
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Tensilica,
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TimeSys,
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and
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Wasabi Systems.
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<hr><font size=-2>This FAQ was originally published in [http://www.eclipsefaq.org Official Eclipse 3.0 FAQs]. Copyright 2004, Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. This text is made available here under the terms of the [http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html Eclipse Public License v1.0].</font>
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Latest revision as of 14:57, 17 June 2006

Each member of the Eclipse Foundation has committed to delivering one or more products based on Eclipse. For example, IBM has moved almost all of its IDE products to the Eclipse Platform. At EclipseCon 2004, many companies showed exciting demos of upcoming products based on Eclipse, including several products based on the new Eclipse RCP.

In April 2004, the following companies had commercial Eclipse-based offerings: Advanced Systems Concepts, Borland Software, CanyonBlue, Catalyst Systems, Codefarm, Embarcadero Technologies, Ensemble Systems, Ericsson, ETRI (Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute), Flashline, Fujitsu Software, Genuitec, Hewlett-Packard, Hitachi, IBM, INNOOPRACT Informationssysteme, Instantiations, Intel, Logic Library, M7, MERANT, Metanology, Micro Focus, MKS, MontaVista Software, Oracle, Parasoft, QA Systems, QNX Software Systems, Red Hat, SAP, SAS, Scapa Technologies, Serena Software, SilverMark, SlickEdit, SuSE, Sybase, Teamstudio, Telelogic, Tensilica, TimeSys, and Wasabi Systems.


This FAQ was originally published in Official Eclipse 3.0 FAQs. Copyright 2004, Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. This text is made available here under the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0.