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PRNewswire: Intel Incorporates Intershop Hosting Software Into e-Commerce Appliances

Sep 19, 2000, 20:48 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Intershop Communications, Inc., a leading provider of sell-side electronic commerce applications and software solutions, today announced that Intel has incorporated it's e-commerce hosting software into the Intel NetStructure Storefront Appliances. The products, rack-mounted electronic commerce appliances designed for shared and dedicated e-commerce hosting, can significantly reduce cost of ownership and time-to-market for sophisticated electronic commerce solutions offered through service providers."

"Intel's high performance server architecture and the Intershop 4.2 hosting software, pre-integrated for quick deployment, provide advanced e-commerce functionality and scalability straight out of the box. The Intel NetStructure Storefront Appliance allows service providers to offer their hosting customers complete and rapidly deployable electronic commerce solutions that feature Intershop benefits such as customizeable store and catalog design, extensive back-office functionality, multi-langauge support, online transaction management and the acceptance of electronic payments."

"The Intel NetStructure Storefront Appliances operate on RedHat Linux 6.2 and are offered in three configurations that scale from smaller storefronts to high-end selling solutions: NetStructure 1301, as a single store, dedicated hosting configuration, featuring Intershop Merchant; NetStructure 1305 and NetStructure 1320, two shared hosting configurations for five and 20 stores respectively, featuring Intershop Hosting. Payment solutions from Cybersource and Verisign are included in the offering."

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