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Day: January 17, 2001

NQL Releases Network Query Language for Solaris

NQL Inc. announced that the Java Edition of its Network Query Language technology is now qualified for Sun Microsystems’ Solaris operating system. NQL’s core technology, Network Query Language, is a scripting language that is suited for the rapid development of bots, intelligent agents, and content management solutions with capabilities in communications, data conversion, automation, and intelligent behavior. Capabilities offered in the Solaris version of the Network Query Language technology match those of the Windows version and contain essentially the same deployment features. NQL’s Windows and Java versions of the Network Query Language technology are available in three editions — workstation, server and enterprise. The company plans to continue qualifying Network Query Language technology for other operating systems with future development to include running the technology directly on Java-powered mobile devices.

EDS Bluesphere & Eprise Partner

EDS bluesphere and Eprise Corporation announced an agreement to jointly provide services and software for the web content management market. EDS’ consulting services will be combined with Strategic Content Management software from Eprise in a joint offering. In addition, EDS will utilize Participant Server by Eprise as a cornerstone technology for its own web content management efforts. EDS consultants are expected to complete Participant Server certification in the next several months, after which they will be able to provide site planning, architecture and implementation services to current Eprise and EDS customers.,

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