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ALL-JAVA TECHNOLOGY MAKES IT EASY FOR ISPs TO IMPROVE SERVICE, BOOST REVENUES.

San Jose, Calif.-based Cyrus InterSoft Inc., a leader in pervasive network computing technology, demonstrated how its new Speiros technology can help ISPs stand out in an increasingly crowded marketplace late last month at the ISPCON Fall '99 conference in San Jose.

"Our Speiros 1.0 technology can help Internet Service Providers (ISPs) expand their services beyond simple access to Web content and email," says Cyrus InterSoft CEO Scott Bayless. "By taking advantage of Speiros technology, ISPs can add a new source of revenue, going beyond content to deliver a range of Java applications and applets to their users and charge on a pay-per-use basis. In addition, ISPs with hosting services can easily expand from hosting to application rental."

Speiros is an all-Java network-computing environment that makes Java applications available on demand across the network, from any server to any client device, regardless of platform or operating system. It allows a user with nothing more than a user ID and a password to gain instant access to applications and files anytime, anywhere, from any Java-enabled computing device.

The ISPCON demo focused on ways ISPs, Web Portal managers, and Application Service Providers (ASPs) can use Speiros to offer customers access to applications and application-based services, such as spreadsheets, database management, and remote file archiving, as well as Web access, email, and personal Web pages. The demo showed how public-domain Java applications and games can be offered free to customers as a value-added courtesy, and also showcased Speiros' built- in usage-metering services, which make it easy to deliver applications on a monthly rental or pay-as-you-go basis.
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Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
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Date:Nov 8, 1999
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