The latest business model in licensing is the utility (on demand) computing and associated pricing. Sometimes called "grid" computing, it allows customers to purchase processing power and software access as needed, and pay based on how much and how often the software has been used.
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inception. Today, the San Carlos, California (US) hosting provider delivers applications from vendors such as Ariba , Oracle (including former PeopleSoft ), SAP , and Siebel Systems , many of which have been IBM enterprise applications partners. The purchase also gives IBM five new data center facilities, including one in the heart of Silicon Valley. Yet, despite its longtime role in the ASP market, the 300-person Corio has shown only modest success, with five consecutive years of losses. Undoubtedly,