Delta Capital Technologies Inc. Announces Its First Enterprise Installation Using IBM SanFrancisco Components.DELAWARE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 13, 1999--
Delta Capital Technologies Inc. (OTCBB OTCBB
See OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB). :DCTG DCTG Digital Communications Terminal Gateway
DCTG Direct Current Turbogenerator ) today announced the first enterprise installation of Delta's award-winning software package relBuilder i-Suite, an Intelligent e-Business application, using IBM's SanFrancisco(a) Application Business Components.
The client is Imaginet, Delta's first North American North American
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see boophilusannulatus. Internet Service Provider Internet service provider (ISP)
Company that provides Internet connections and services to individuals and organizations. For a monthly fee, ISPs provide computer users with a connection to their site (see data transmission), as well as a log-in name and password. partner. Imaginet is running an e-Commerce and e-Business service using Delta's intelligent business and e-Commerce products and services. Imaginet offers Internet access and Web hosting services in Canada and the USA through its rapidly growing Imaginet ISP (1) See in-system programmable.
(2) (Internet Service Provider) An organization that provides access to the Internet. Connection to the user is provided via dial-up, ISDN, cable, DSL and T1/T3 lines. (Internet Service Provider) Franchise Network. Imaginet Communication Group Inc. is a division of Campbell Technologies Inc. (OTCBB:CBTK).
Paul Davis, President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of Delta, stated that the relBuilder software is expected to provide reliable, high-performance service to possibly thousands of e-Business clients, which in-turn may service tens-of-thousands of concurrent consumers. Davis credited much of relBuilder's performance to IBM's SanFrancisco(a) Application Business Components. According to Davis, Delta continues to enhance relBuilder using the knowledge gained from tests at IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) test facilities.
Davis also stated that implementation with Imaginet will provide Delta with the opportunity to convert possibly thousands of entry-level business clients to higher-level services, many of whom are expected to become purchasers of the relBuilder and IBM e-Business, WebSphere(a) and SanFrancisco(a) server software for their own long-term internal use. According to Davis, Delta has already completed work on several generations of e-Commerce and e-Business functionality yet to come.
Delta Capital Technologies Inc. is a Delaware corporation with a mandate to acquire and assist in the development of Internet businesses and technologies. In June of this year, Delta acquired an exclusive worldwide license to the relBuilder i-Suite of business intelligent e-Commerce and e-Business applications software developed by SiCom Solutions Inc., an Alberta, Canada-based private company.
About IBM SanFrancisco(a)
SanFrancisco(a) is a Java-based set of components that allows developers to assemble server-side business applications from existing parts, rather than build from scratch. Pre-tested SanFrancisco(a) components enable developers to build and modify business applications quickly. More than 1,300 companies have licensed SanFrancisco(a) and dozens of SanFrancisco built applications are beginning to hit the market, helping software vendors create flexible Java business applications for a variety of industries and solutions. Cross-platform applications can be built once and run on a wide range of servers, including Windows NT(b), OS/400(a), AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive) IBM's Unix-based operating system which runs on its Intellistation workstations and pSeries, p5, iSeries and i5 server families. (a), Solaris(b), HP-UX HP's version of Unix that runs on its 9000 family. It is based on SVID and incorporates features from BSD Unix along with several HP innovations.
(operating system) HP-UX - The version of Unix running on Hewlett-Packard workstations. (b) and Reliant UNIX UNIX
Operating system for digital computers, developed by Ken Thompson of Bell Laboratories in 1969. It was initially designed for a single user (the name was a pun on the earlier operating system Multics). (b). SanFrancisco(a) is the largest server-side Java initiative in the industry and is a key element in the IBM Application Framework for e-business. More information on SanFrancisco(a) can be found at: http://www.ibm.com/software/ad/sanfrancisco
(a) Indicates trademark or registered trademark of International Business Machines Co.
(b) Indicates trademark or registered trademark of their respective owners.
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