Context Media, Inc. announced the immediate availability of Context Media Interchange Suite 4.2. The new edition of Interchange Suite provides out-of-the-box integration with a wide array of content repositories, including homegrown systems and those supplied by vendors. The capability, which is made possible through Context Media’s development of the Configurable Content Pipeline (CCP), is part of Context Media’s ongoing strategy to leverage open standards and an SOA (Services Orientated Architecture) to make digital content more accessible to end users and partners within and beyond the enterprise. CCP is provided as a core component of Interchange Suite 4.2. As with previous versions of Context Media Interchange Suite, version 4.2 is built on Web services standards and supports current Java Service Requests (JSR) 168 and 170. The CCP is available for a wide array of systems including: IBM DB2, Content Manager Portfolio and Lotus Workplace Web Content Management, Informix, Oracle, Vignette, Documentum, Quark, Adobe, Artesia, Interwoven, Media Bin, Convera, FatWire, Virage, Microsoft SharePoint, Stellent, Canto, and Google. Multi- and Bi-Directional Content Integration Enables clients to reuse integration “pipelines” to move content for multiple purposes, such as consolidation from several repositories, batched movement of content from one system to another, or delivery of content from multiple repositories into multiple applications. Interchange Suite 4.2 includes enhanced out-of-the-box internationalization capabilities.