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Jamcracker, Unisys ink technology pact

Web services start-up Jamcracker struck a deal with technology giant Unisys on Monday to provide the systems giant with Jamcracker technology for delivering application software to corporations. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. As part of the deal, Unisys plans to use Jamcracker technology to deliver software applications as a service to its customers, predominantly corporations and government agencies. Jamcracker has built a set of software that can be used to distribute software over the Web, while providing companies such as Unisys with the ability to manage and bill customers for those services. Jamcracker was founded in 1999.

Web services start-up Jamcracker struck a deal with technology giant Unisys on Monday to provide the systems giant with Jamcracker technology for delivering application software to corporations. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

As part of the deal, Unisys plans to use Jamcracker technology to deliver software applications as a service to its customers, predominantly corporations and government agencies. Jamcracker has built a set of software that can be used to distribute software over the Web, while providing companies such as Unisys with the ability to manage and bill customers for those services. Jamcracker was founded in 1999.