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Systinet's WASP Server for Java 4.5 Boasts Superior Performance
Systinet's WASP Server for Java 4.5 Boasts Superior Performance

(March 7, 2003) - Systinet's WASP Server for Java 4.5, available immediately, has new and unique functionality for ensuring pervasive and scaleable Web services. It now has WASP embedding capabilities that make it easy to embed Web services into existing Java applications, and advanced performance capabilities providing 60 percent better performance than other solutions on the market.

Other key enhancements include the industry's best interoperability, with its SOAP header processing that makes WASP especially effective when interoperating with Microsoft .NET. Version 4.5 also features advanced XML schema support making it easier to use APIs and new features in the development toolset and allowing for simpler and more flexible deployments. Version 4.5 includes enhanced security, with WASP's support for Microsoft Active Directory for user authentication, and Kerberos. Using Kerberos as a single sign-on mechanism, a successful user logon to Windows can be securely reused by WASP, eliminating the need for multiple logons.

The Systinet WASP Server for Java is a member of the WASP product suite that includes WASP Developer (which supports popular IDEs including Borland JBuilder, NetBeans, Sun ONE Studio, Eclipse and IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer), WASP Server for C++, WASP UDDI, and WASP OEM Edition.

WASP Server for Java Version 4.5 is available immediately at www.systinet.com. WASP Server for Java is free for development and test; pricing for deployment begins at $2,000 per CPU.

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