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Certeon announces optimization of the Certeon distribution platform for Hyper-Threading Technology.

Certeon, Inc., a vendor of secure information distribution, management, sharing and synchronization platforms for diverse enterprise and partner networks, announced recently that the Certeon Distribution Platform has been optimized for a high level of scalability on large enterprise networks, powered by Intel processor-based server platforms that include Hyper-Threading Technology.

The Certeon Information Distribution Platform enables geographically dispersed organizations to share information securely and efficiently across network boundaries behind firewalls.

Certeon's server software is well suited to take advantage of Intel Xeon processors that include Hyper-Threading Technology. The Certeon Distribution Platform based on Intel Xeon processors brings the performance, scalability, and high availability needed for distributing content and applications to branch offices and business partners.

"By utilizing Hyper-Threading technology for their multi-threaded applications, Certeon can create large scale distribution networks more efficiently while providing improved performance and scalability," said Melissa Laird, General Manager of Intel's Solutions Enabling Division. "Intel is delighted that Certeon is optimizing their platform for Intel Xeon processor-based servers as part of the Intel Early Access Program."

"Together, Intel processor architectures and Certeon's platform software can deliver powerful content management and distribution solutions for very large enterprise and partner networks," said John Barger, Vice President of Engineering for Certeon. "We are very enthusiastic about working with Intel, the industry leader in server-based processors, to increase the numbers of users who can access content from each server. Certeon is committed to increasing the price / performance of its platforms and deliver increased value to the enterprise customer."
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Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
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Date:Nov 17, 2003
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