Infoteria Corporation Announces iPEX for Java

The world's first commercial XML engine adds Java compatibility



Nov 13, 2000, 00:00 ET from Infoteria Corporation

    TOKYO, and BOSTON, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Infoteria Corporation, the XML
 software company, announced today the availability of iPEX for Java.  iPEX is
 an award-winning, high performance, cross-platform XML development platform
 used by more than 100 companies to develop XML-based applications or enhance
 existing applications with XML functionality.  Today's addition of iPEX for
 Java to the lengthy list of supported environments is a result of a growing
 user demand.
     iPEX, the world's first XML processing engine, began shipping in January
 1999, and currently supports a wide range of C++ environments (Windows 95/98,
 Windows NT/2000, Solaris, and Linux).  iPEX is also available as a set of COM
 components, enabling complete XML functionality to be implemented in Visual
 Basic applications and Active Server Pages. This powerful API development kit
 is fully compatible with a wide range of international languages, including
 all three Japanese encoding methods and nine European encoding methods.  iPEX
 provides all of the critical functionality needed by applications that handle
 XML data, including validating and non-validating parsers, DTD processing, XSL
 transformations, and DOM (Document Object Model) and SAX (Simple API for XML)
 support.
     Tim Browne, president and co-CEO of Infoteria exclaimed "We are very
 excited to be delivering the power and reliability of iPEX to the Java
 platform. We believe that Java and XML are a natural pairing, and that this
 "dynamic duo" will power the mobile applications of the future."
     Carl Tyler, Director of Product Development, added that, "I am truly
 excited by the opportunities we are now providing to the Java development
 community.  Infoteria is enabling Java developers to build powerful XML-
 enabled applications that can run on devices ranging from handhelds to
 enterprise servers.  Developers can now quickly develop applications using
 their familiar object-oriented Java skills.  With iPEX for Java, the
 opportunity for developers to build powerful XML-enabled, cross-platform B2B
 applications becomes a reality."
 
     About Infoteria Corporation
     Infoteria Corporation is a leading software design and development company
 focused on building and selling XML-based B2B eCommerce solutions that
 intelligently and profitably connect buyers and sellers.  The corporation
 offers a wide range of XML software tools, components and products, as well as
 the services and training necessary to implement end-to-end XML-based customer
 solutions.  Infoteria partners include IBM, Microsoft, Toshiba, Oracle, Sun,
 Softbank, Toshiba, Hitachi and others.  Infoteria Corporation is a member of
 W3C and OASIS, with development centers in Tokyo and Boston. Additional
 information can be found on the web at www.infoteria.com and www.xml.com.
 
     Contacts:
     Dana Erman
     Fitzgerald Communications
     (978) 494-9500
     derman@fitzgerald.com
     www.fitzgerald.com
 
     Deborah Senay
     Infoteria Corporation
     (978) 922-4029
     dsenay@infoteria.com
     www.infoteria.com
 
     W3C and XML are the registered trademarks of the World Wide Consortium.
 Other brand product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their
 respective holders.
 
 

SOURCE Infoteria Corporation
    TOKYO, and BOSTON, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Infoteria Corporation, the XML
 software company, announced today the availability of iPEX for Java.  iPEX is
 an award-winning, high performance, cross-platform XML development platform
 used by more than 100 companies to develop XML-based applications or enhance
 existing applications with XML functionality.  Today's addition of iPEX for
 Java to the lengthy list of supported environments is a result of a growing
 user demand.
     iPEX, the world's first XML processing engine, began shipping in January
 1999, and currently supports a wide range of C++ environments (Windows 95/98,
 Windows NT/2000, Solaris, and Linux).  iPEX is also available as a set of COM
 components, enabling complete XML functionality to be implemented in Visual
 Basic applications and Active Server Pages. This powerful API development kit
 is fully compatible with a wide range of international languages, including
 all three Japanese encoding methods and nine European encoding methods.  iPEX
 provides all of the critical functionality needed by applications that handle
 XML data, including validating and non-validating parsers, DTD processing, XSL
 transformations, and DOM (Document Object Model) and SAX (Simple API for XML)
 support.
     Tim Browne, president and co-CEO of Infoteria exclaimed "We are very
 excited to be delivering the power and reliability of iPEX to the Java
 platform. We believe that Java and XML are a natural pairing, and that this
 "dynamic duo" will power the mobile applications of the future."
     Carl Tyler, Director of Product Development, added that, "I am truly
 excited by the opportunities we are now providing to the Java development
 community.  Infoteria is enabling Java developers to build powerful XML-
 enabled applications that can run on devices ranging from handhelds to
 enterprise servers.  Developers can now quickly develop applications using
 their familiar object-oriented Java skills.  With iPEX for Java, the
 opportunity for developers to build powerful XML-enabled, cross-platform B2B
 applications becomes a reality."
 
     About Infoteria Corporation
     Infoteria Corporation is a leading software design and development company
 focused on building and selling XML-based B2B eCommerce solutions that
 intelligently and profitably connect buyers and sellers.  The corporation
 offers a wide range of XML software tools, components and products, as well as
 the services and training necessary to implement end-to-end XML-based customer
 solutions.  Infoteria partners include IBM, Microsoft, Toshiba, Oracle, Sun,
 Softbank, Toshiba, Hitachi and others.  Infoteria Corporation is a member of
 W3C and OASIS, with development centers in Tokyo and Boston. Additional
 information can be found on the web at www.infoteria.com and www.xml.com.
 
     Contacts:
     Dana Erman
     Fitzgerald Communications
     (978) 494-9500
     derman@fitzgerald.com
     www.fitzgerald.com
 
     Deborah Senay
     Infoteria Corporation
     (978) 922-4029
     dsenay@infoteria.com
     www.infoteria.com
 
     W3C and XML are the registered trademarks of the World Wide Consortium.
 Other brand product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their
 respective holders.
 
 SOURCE  Infoteria Corporation