IBM Informix Server, 5724-C17, Version 9.21.xC1.

United States Copyright Filing #TX0007235645

Basic Data

Full Title IBM Informix Server, 5724-C17, Version 9.21.xC1.
Type of Work Computer File
Copyright Number TX0007235645
Filing Date Oct 25, 2010
Description Electronic file (eService)
Date of Creation 2000
Date of Publication 2000-05-22
Basis of Claim computer program, Additional and revised program text.

People and Companies

Copyright Claimant International Business Machines Corporation, Transfer: IBM Corporation acquired Informix Software Inc. in 2001. Address: Copyright Administrator, MG82/57SC/202, 10330 David Taylor Drive, Charlotte, NC, 28262-8563, United States.
Authorship on Application Informix Software, Inc., employer for hire; Domicile: United States; Citizenship: United States. Authorship: computer program, Revised and Additional Computer Program Text.
Rights and Permissions International Business Machines Corporation, Copyright Administrator, MG82/57SC/202, 10330 David Taylor Drive, Charlotte, NC, 28262-8563, United States
Associated Names Informix Software, Inc.
International Business Machines Corporation

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