A big congratulations goes to our Pulse development team, they managed to change everything without making it look like anything changed - a huge accomplishment, guys.

Pulse now supports Eclipse Helios 3.6, but what's ever better is that you can manage past versions of Eclipse back to 3.3 all inside a unified dashboard. That means if your company is standardized on older versions you can manage those profiles while also experimenting with newer Eclipse versions. You can even access Eclipse 3.7 as the milestones are rolled out to see what the future holds, or contribute to it by working with the Eclipse Foundation.

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Pulse Private Label also has enhancements to meet your software delivery and management needs; if you need to get your software to your customers, Pulse Private Label is your best option. You don't have to take our word for it, see our case studies involving the largest and most well known companies in the world.

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Posted on Sep 1st 2010