Adobe has announced the next version of its all-conquering Creative Suite, now renamed (or subsumed into) Creative Cloud.
Availability is set for June 2013. There will not be any perpetual licenses for the updated applications:
Can I purchase a perpetual license for the new Creative Cloud (CC) desktop applications that were announced in
…continue reading Adobe announces next Creative Suite, now called Creative Cloud
Adobe has just announced Creative Suite 6. CS 5.5 used the Mercury Playback Engine in Premiere Pro, which takes advantage of NVIDIA’s CUDA library in order to accelerate processing when an NVIDIA GPU is present. Just to be clear, this is not just graphics acceleration, but programming the GPU to take advantage of its many
…continue reading Adobe turns to OpenCL rather than NVIDIA CUDA for Mercury Graphics Engine in Creative Suite 6
Adobe released its quarterly and full year results last week; I am catching up with this now after a week in China.
The company is doing well. Revenue is up by 11% year on year and it generated $1.5 billion in cash. It is buying back shares, usually a sign that a company has more
…continue reading Adobe: why the big business shift when financial results look so good?
Adobe has announced its financial results for its second quarter. Revenue is up 9% year on year, and profits are up too, so it looks like a strong quarter. However, the success is really limited to a couple of business segments.
Here is the comparison with the equivalent quarter last year:
…continue reading Adobe announces strong results though much of the business looks flat
Adobe has announced its Digital Enterprise Platform for Customer Experience Management. My tip to Adobe: that is too many words with too many syllables for busy IT people who are trying to get their work done. What on earth is it? The same old stuff repackaged, or something genuinely new?
The answer is a bit
…continue reading RESTful and modernised: making sense of Adobe’s new Enterprise platform
The last in my little series on design matters.
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