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Wednesday, 09 April 2008 12:18

Adobe merges computers, phones and consumer electronics

Written by Nick Farell

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Single technology platform


Adobe
has decided to merge its computers, phones and consumer electronics so that they all run on a single technology platform.

The move is part of a restructuring that Adobe is making following the retirement of two long-time executives, effective May 1. It is also part of the further consolidation of its 2005 Macromedia acquisition with the broader Adobe organization.

From a technology perspective it seems that Adobe wants to create a single software base for all its software. It will be interesting to see if the company can pull off the technology side of the restructuring. Its software does a lot of very different things.
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