Daily Links 11/3/2010: SunGard considers spinoff of Availability Services unit

SunGard considering Availability Services spin off (Philadelphia Business Journal)

QlikTech Announces Third Quarter 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)
Revenue up 39%.

AT&T, Verizon, Comcast May Fend Off Web Rules Under Republicans (Bloomberg)

Boomi boss: Why we sold to Dell Computer (Philly.com: Philly Deals)

2 hidden gems in Dell's acquisition of Boomi (CustomerThink)

Safeguard Scientifics Announces Third Quarter 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)

Heartland Payment Systems Reports Third Quarter Financial Results (Business Wire)

Oracle buys ATG for $1 billion (Internet Retailer)

Will The Oracle-HP Alliance Survive The Oracle-SAP Trial? (Information Week: Global CIO)

SAP agrees to pay $120 million to Oracle: sources (Reuters)

McDermott Says SAP `Very Happy' With Sybase Performance (Video: Bloomberg via Washington Post)

Middle Market Investment Banking Firm FOCUS LLC Completes Growth Financing for Tribridge from LLR Partners (Business Wire)
I first reported on this deal yesterday.

NextGen Partners with InstaMed to Offer Healthcare Providers Payment Assurance through Enhanced Patient Collections (Business Wire)

CardioNet, Inc. Announces National Reimbursement Rate for Mobile Cardiovascular Telemetry (Business Wire)
Doesn't sound like too much of an improvement.

AMETEK Announces Stock Split and Dividend Increase (PR Newswire)

Penn Museum Sweeps ici Mobile App Award Competition (PR Web)