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Informatica Goes Multinational With Support for Unicode
Informatica Corporation (Nasdaq: INFA) announced products that enable resellers and distributors around the world to convert Informatica software to any major

unicode characters  Multinational With Support for Unicode Event Summary PALO ALTO, Calif., /PRNewswire/ -- Informatica Corporation (Nasdaq: INFA), a leading provider of integrated analytic solutions for e-business, announced the general availability of the internationalized versions of Informatica PowerCenter, Informatica PowerMart, Informatica PowerConnect for SAP R/3 and Informatica PowerConnect for PeopleSoft software, the company's market-leading data-integration software products. This new functionality strengthens

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