Enterprise Linux Today: Planet 7 Technologies Delivers XML Routing & Transport Solution for e-Business
Oct 03, 2000, 09:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Planet 7 Technologies Corp., a developer of e-business
infrastructure software based in Bothell, Wash., announced today
that it has launched its flagship XML Network Server 2.0 product.
Shipping today, the Planet 7 Technologies XML Network Server (XNS)
is distributed network software that provides infrastructure for
the next generation of e-business solutions being built upon the
Extensible Markup Language (XML) standard."
"The XML Network Server acts as the building block for a new
network architecture that greatly reduces the pain of integrating
enterprise systems by eliminating the need for hard-coded,
point-to-point connections between individual enterprise systems.
Modeled on the proven paradigm of routers and hubs, the XNS
software creates and connects multiple transactions spaces ("hubs")
for the exchange of XML data. In these transactions spaces,
critical business data can be aggregated, updated, and
simultaneously acted upon in a many-to-many XML "conversation."