Date: Tue, 22 Jun 1999 17:01:11 -0400 From: Chris Jones <shmoo@KILLBOT.ONSTAGEMEDIA.COM> To: email@example.com Subject: Open Source XML Application Server Open Source XML Application Server Beta Released Seattle, WA - June 22, 1999 - Planet 7 Technologies today announced the Beta Release of their XML Application Server for Java on Linux and Windows NT. The XML Application Server breaks down the barriers of writing real-time, multi-user XML applications as businesses can now quickly write Internet/Intranet applications that break the stateless model of traditional HTTP. Without care for network or concurrent programming, the XML Application Server allows development of real-time enabled Enterprise applications including virtual meetings, document collaboration, real-time customer service, and the merging of multiple XML data points with real-time business logic. The XML Application Server is developed under Open Source licensing. The Planet 7 Technologies team is pushing ahead toward a 1.0 release with an improved feature set targeting E-Commerce and XML integrators in need of robust, real-time, scalable applications. Planet 7 Technologies is also developing a value-added suite of performance tools to enhance and ease development of XML Applications including native-code API's for Linux and Windows, COM-based components for Win32, and ready-made applications that allow for real-time, page-level site monitoring, document collaboration, and real-time XML integration. Please visit the Planet 7 Technologies web for more information on this new product: http://www.planet7tech.com Press Contact: Chris Jones Planet 7 Technologies firstname.lastname@example.org All trademarks or registered trademarks are property of their respective holders in the United States and/or other countries.