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Day: May 15, 2001

Context Media & Artesia Partner

Context Media, Inc. and Artesia Technologies announced a collaboration to produce a B2B system for managing, sharing, distributing, and syndicating an organization’s valuable digital content assets. The new solution integrates Artesia’s TEAMS Digital Asset Management Solution, which enables organizations to capture, manage, and dynamically re- express rich-media assets, with Context Media’s Interchange Platform, which extends these packages to the content owner’s distribution partners for sharing or syndication. The combined solution gives customers the ability to take content indexed and managed with TEAMS and extend it by making it available to partners and affiliates through the Interchange Platform.,

Ontopia announces OEM deal with Starbase

Ontopia AS, announced that Starbase Corporation has signed a definitive strategic agreement to license Ontopia’s Topic Map technology. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Starbase Corporation will adopt Ontopia technology as part of their strategic corporate solution for a number of mission-critical initiatives. Topic Mapping is a new paradigm for organizing, retrieving, and navigating information. Through the provision of a ‘knowledge layer’ that is independent of the information resources themselves, topic maps help capture and manage corporate memory, improve indexing, and enable the integration of information that spans multiple, disparate repositories. Topic Maps are an international standard, defined by ISO, and can be interchanged using XML.,

Mozquito Reveals XForms Technology

Mozquito Technologies unveiled new XForms technology that will simplify online business-to-business transactions. Mozquito XForms is XML-based Web development software that allows current Web browsers to handle XML data easily and effectively, making online business transactions much easier. With Mozquito XForms, end-users don’t have to install plug-ins or download new versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. This technology has emerged alongside standards now being developed by the W3C. Mozquito Technologies is committed to ensuring that XForms will be developed in strict accordance with the standards set by the W3C. XForms will enable other applications to integrate with XML databases (such as Software AG’s Tamino database) instantly, allowing for fast access and efficient processing of any business-critical data that needs to be sent to or downloaded from a database.

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