Sierra Software, the company behind Sierra, Centroid, Winstep, and Sierra, is expected to merge its Sierra product line into Sierra-branded products.
The company has already announced the integration of its Sierra and Centroid products into its own products.
According to a statement issued by Sierra, the two products will work in a “shared portfolio” to offer a “more seamless experience for customers and partners”.
According to the announcement, the Sierra and Sierra Centroid software will be integrated into products from Sierra, including the new Sierra-based PowerPC® and Intel® Xeon® processor products.
Sierra’s existing PowerPC and Intel products will continue to support their predecessors, but will be able to support new products.
The new Sierra product lineup will support “new hardware and software development”.
The company also announced that it will sell “sustainable, high-performance and cost-effective” systems for “commercial and industrial customers”.
According to the statement, these customers include “energy, industrial, agriculture, government, commercial, healthcare, and military customers”.
The announcement also revealed that the Sierra Centro software products will also be integrated “into new products and platforms, including Microsoft Office Suite and Windows Server”.
According a press release by Sierra on Friday, the acquisition of the Sierra-led companies, which has been in the works for more than two years, will enable “the continued growth of the company’s portfolio of technologies and products”.
According the press release, the merged company will combine its software products into “the core technologies of Sierra, Sierra-focused products and services for customers”.
It will also “provide a common platform for customers to share solutions and build their solutions together.”
Sierra Software Technology will remain part of Sierra-controlled Sierra Software Corporation.
The company is also expected to continue its licensing agreements with other companies, including Centroid.
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