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CERN smashes atoms with Eclipse! 

Genuitec's Secure Delivery Center helps with the open source management and delivery of CERN's Eclipse. Learn more in this video:

Eclipse Delivery Challenges & Surprises

Genuitec has shipped software to 1000s of enterprises and millions of customers - here's what we know:

Secure Delivery Center (SDC) reduces the overhead of leveraging Eclipse. By providing your developers the right tools, they can focus on producing industry leading applications with minimal wasted effort. Your release engineers can then simply and effectively manage the release and update of your product across your entire user base. SDC knows Eclipse, whether an enabler for your development team, or as a platform for your own commercial product. Click the button below to learn more. 
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Posted on Nov 1st 2013