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Day: March 5, 2000

Teoco Announces Wireless Support in PageNgine Web

TEOCO Corporation announced the availability of direct wireless support in Release 2.0 of its PageNgine family of products. PageNgine Web Site Publisher will now support concurrent delivery of HTML, XML and WML content. PageNgine Portal Infrastructure will dynamically generate web content optimally formatted for a range of wireless devices including cell phones and PDAs and WebTV. Written in Java/EJB, PageNgine’s portable architecture allows it to be fielded on a variety of run-time platforms including Windows NT and 2000 and most UNIX operating systems, while operating against all major relational databases (Oracle, Sybase and SQL Server). PageNgine is designed to support high-volume and mission-critical applications and its runtime, document and data processes are easily configurable to satisfy individual organizations’ business needs. PageNgine includes a migration feature that facilitates the re-presentation of existing Web sites through the PageNgine. PageNgine Web Site Publisher uses template-based construction to allow both dynamic and static presentation of the corporate Web presence. The product centralizes control of the site’s “look and feel” and appropriate technical standards while allowing for distributed content management and dynamically generated content such as navigation and section branding. PageNgine reduces time consuming, expensive and error prone manual processes while significantly improving publishing time. PageNgine Portal Infrastructure provides content delivery functionality packaged for the needs and revenue models of Web Portals and virtual businesses including private label branding of site content for multiple end displays and portal partners. Upcoming enhancements include user-profiling, which enables organizations to capture user and site usage information and automatically modify their presentation based on usage patterns and preferences. PageNgine Release 2.0 will be available on March 31, 2000.

Extensibility Introduces SchemaStream

Extensibility, Inc. announces the upgrade of an on-line service that streamlines the exchange of valid e-business grammars. The newly introduced SchemaStream allows any application utilizing XML schemas to take advantage of this Internet based service. This interface for automated processing supports the XML-Schema (Dec. 17 draft) and is being offered for a limited time free-of-charge for remote application access. now offers: Conversion – automated across all major and emerging schema dialects, including DTD, XML-Schema (Dec. 17 draft), XDR, BizTalk and SOX v2; Validation – automated service that ensures schemas are accurate; Instance documents can be converted into schemas or an XML exemplar document can be generated from an existing schema; SchemaDOC – schema documentation allowing for output in browser viewable graphics or style sheets in any of the major or emerging dialects; and SchemaSource – a resource for posting and searching for schemas on the Internet. The first customer applying technology from is Microsoft’s BizTalk Framework. For a limited introductory period, SchemaStream is being offered free-of- charge. All other services are available to the public for free at,

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