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Day: September 16, 2001

Arbortext Announces Epic 4.2

Arbortext, Inc. announced availability of Epic version 4.2. This latest version supports collaboration through change tracking, inline editing of document components, and easier conversion of multiple content formats to XML. Epic 4.2 also enhances Arbortext’s support of XML standards through a combination of full support for XSL by offering both XSLT and XSL-FO publishing engines. Because XSLT enables online publishing and XSL-FO enables print publishing, organizations that implement Epic 4.2 can build an automated multichannel publishing system. Epic Editor’s change tracking capability fully supports the process of information creation, review and approval so that groups of authors and editors can work collaboratively to provide customers with fresh, consistent and complete information on all types of media. Epic 4.2 will ship in September 2001. All Arbortext customers under maintenance are eligible to receive the Epic Editor 4.2 upgrade at no charge, and the upgrade will be automatically shipped to them. http://www.arbortext.com

iKnowledge Launches ActiveContent Suite & Content Network Gateway

iKnowledge, Inc. introduced the ActiveContent Suite and Content Network Gateway for managing and distributing mission critical business content for media and entertainment, financial services, healthcare and the enterprise. iKnowledge’s ActiveContent Suite is a rich-media and digital asset management and distribution solution that enables companies to aggregate content, in its native format, from a wide range of sources. Companies can then fuse this content with business logic and accelerate its distribution over any network such as wireless, broadband, and narrowband to multiple devices such as WAP phones, PDAs, PCs, iTV, and set-top boxes. The new iKnowledge ActiveContent solution works within existing infrastructures, combining content management functionality with distribution capabilities. Ultimately, the ActiveContent Suite allows users to manage content distribution through its new Content Network Gateway. The Content Network Gateway allows a user to profile distribution end-points and then define the rules for distributing content over any network to any end device. www.iknowledge.com

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