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IBM will be creating suites of back-end enterprise applications for Windows NT, an IBM official said last week, as part of the company's plan to increase its share of the Intel-NT platform market.
"We will propose something to bring the strength of Domino and of the database, communications, and backup servers and make it available," said Jocelyne Attal, IBM's vice president for worldwide Netfinity systems sales.
"This is an outgrowth of Eagle," Attal said. "Eagle was the first step; it was the first data management solution. Before that it was many different pieces."
Although the exact makeup and names of the new suites had not been decided, Attal does …