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BW: MediaXpress Introduces Support for Unix and Linux Operating Systems

Jul 25, 2000, 19:01 (0 Talkback[s])


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"WAVO Corporation (Nasdaq: WAVO) today announced that the company's MediaXpress Website content delivery service will now support both Unix and Linux-based operating systems. MediaXpress will be available to support Solaris based Unix platforms in August. A Linux version is currently being beta tested, with a commercial release expected in October. Included with both versions is a JAVA software development kit, allowing for the easy integration of MediaXpress into the customer's current Website."

"We're pleased that WAVO has expanded MediaXpress to support Unix, enabling us to use their superior XML capabilities to add real-time, relevant news and information on our Website," said John Lehman, president of Sageware and a participant in the Unix field trial. "We've had a lot of success with MediaXpress and are impressed with the content, the ease of integration and exceptional customer support we have received."

"MediaXpress is the industry's leading provider of pre-licensed, pre-packaged, real-time content, offering brand-name media sources to Web servers worldwide. Up-to-the-minute news, sports scores, weather and more are easily incorporated into Web Portals, Internet sites, corporate Intranets and Extranets with minimal development. Harnessing the power of XML, the new language of the Internet, MediaXpress "tags" key story elements (industries, people, locations, etc.) to provide only the content that is relevant or desired by the customer. For more information visit www.MediaXpress.com."

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