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BW: NEON Systems Extends eBusiness Integration Solution With Linux Support...

Mar 07, 2000, 18:51 (0 Talkback[s])

"NEON(R) Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: NESY), a leading provider of eBusiness Integration, Security, and Subsystem Management software products, today announced that its Diplomat product now supports the Linux platform. With Linux support for Diplomat, NEON Systems now delivers a complete eBusiness Integration solution for Linux, Unix(R), Windows NT(R), Windows(R) 2000, and System/390(R) applications. And because Diplomat is integrated with NEON Systems' Shadow(R) Product Group, an organization can achieve integration of applications within business units or with vendors, partners, and customers -- as well as direct access to System/390 mainframe data and transactions."

"In order for an eBusiness Integration effort to be successful, all major computing platforms and vendor choices must be addressed, including those in the open systems arena. With Linux support for Diplomat, NEON Systems now offers a unified eBusiness Integration solution that spans these computing platforms and vendor choices and allows organizations to choose the right mix of technology for their particular business needs without having to worry about the ability to integrate those choices throughout the enterprise."

"NEON Systems' Diplomat provides a blending of EAI and B2B integration for disparate System/390 mainframe, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Linux, and UNIX applications in interoperable, cross-functional environments. With Diplomat, event-driven integration is streamlined among intra-office business units as well as among business-to-vendor, partner, and customer interactions without investing in new applications or computing platforms. Pricing for Diplomat starts at $50,000."

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