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BW: Unify eWave Engine 2.0 Delivers Increased Performance and Comprehensive Support for J2EE

Jun 27, 2000, 12:19 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Unify Corporation (Nasdaq:UNFY), a leading provider of software solutions for e-commerce, today announced Unify eWave Engine 2.0, the industry's most advanced Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 1.1 application server."

"Scheduled to begin shipping in July 2000, Unify eWave Engine 2.0 incorporates the latest industry standards, including Java Message Service 1.0.2, JavaServer Pages 1.1 and Java Servlet API 2.2. An enterprise-strength Java application server, Unify eWave Engine 2.0 extends performance, reliability and support for the Java 2 Enterprise Edition Platform (J2EE)."

"In developing our ASP model, we sought a solution based on the J2EE specification that would allow our developers to focus on business logic and not the plumbing," said Steve Baunach, chief technology officer of BlackHog, a B2B startup for professional direct materials buyers and preferred suppliers. "We selected Unify eWave for its pure implementation of the J2EE specification and its highly scalable and reliable deployment environment, which are superior to other alternatives on the market."

"...Unify eWave Engine 2.0 will be available in July 2000 for leading platforms that support Java, including Windows NT, Red Hat Linux and Sun Solaris. Unify eWave Engine Desktop is available for a free download from www.UnifyeWave.com. Unify eWave Engine Professional is a multi-user version of the base application server and is priced at $8,000 per CPU. Unify eWave Engine Enterprise is a multi-user version of the application server with support for replication (clustering), failover and load balancing and is priced at $10,000 per CPU."

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