Sarvega announces XML context router, enabling any to any web services over wide area networks

June 21, 2004

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CHICAGO -- Sarvega, Inc., the leading provider of high-performance XML networking solutions, today announced the Sarvega XML Context™ Router, the first product to enable loosely coupled multi-point XML Web Services across wide area networks (WANs). The Sarvega XML Context Router is the first XML appliance to route XML content at wire speed based on deep content inspection, supporting publish-subscribe (pub-sub) models while simultaneously providing secure and reliable delivery guarantees.

Sarvega will exhibit the XML Context Router in its booth at Supercomm (June 22-24, 2004, McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, Booth #10028).

Until now, Web Services deployments have been limited to point-to-point application integration as a replacement to legacy integration mechanisms. Most sophisticated environments, however, require high-performance secure event-driven asynchronous exchange of information between publishers and subscribers.

Today’s XML solutions are characterized by an inability to deliver XML messaging with the required scalability, reliability, content-level security, performance and flow-control. Additionally, the emergence of Service Oriented Architectures (SOAs) has greatly heightened the need for XML- based Wide Area Messaging infrastructures, as SOAs are not viable without support for core messaging capabilities across network boundaries.

With Sarvega XML Context Routers, users can create complete overlay XML mesh networks, as the XML Context Router is the first product that provides secure, end-to-end reliable delivery of asynchronous messaging for web services within and outside of the enterprise. It also delivers the industry’s first Gigabit performance for XPath-based routing driven by XML routing tables based on support for both XPath 1.0 and XPath 2.0 and, in future, XQuery standards.

Sarvega Inc.

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