Microsoft and OMG: Friends or Foes?

Posted November 30, 1998 | Technology |

In 1995, in a unanimous vote, the Object Management Group endorsed a specification for interoperability between OMG's Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) and Microsoft's Common Object Model (COM). The specification, known as CORBA/COM Interworking (CCI), is now implemented by dozens of products in use by thousands of end users.

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