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PRINCETON SOFTECH HELPS PIONEER, CROSS-PLATFORM UNIVERSAL DATA SYNCHRONIZATION STANDARD.

Princeton Softech, a subsidiary of Computer Horizons Corp. (Nasdaq:CHRZ), and a leader in enterprise data synchronization technology, has joined, at IBM's invitation, the consortium of leading vendors developing SyncML, an industry-wide mobile data synchronization protocol. The SyncML initiative, founded by Ericsson, IBM, Lotus, Motorola, Nokia, Palm Inc., Psion and Starfish Software, develops and promotes an open industry specification for universal data synchronization across multiple networks, platforms and devices.

"Princeton Softech leads the way in enterprise database synchronization with SyncPoint. Designed to enable web-based and remote computing via synchronization of mission-critical data, our vision for SyncPoint fits perfectly with the mission of the SyncML initiative, which is to deliver a protocol that is capable of handling every data type," explains Joe Allegra, president, Princeton Softech. "Princeton Softech's considerable experience in data synchronization technology will make us a vital contributor to the SyncML standard."

Princeton Softech's SyncPoint is an enterprise-scale product that allows thousands of handheld, palmtop and laptop users to simultaneously synchronize with corporate, mission-critical applications. By using SyncPoint, mobile workers have universal, web-based access to corporate data that was once locked in the data center. This enables mobile workers to be fully functional in a disconnected mode, enabling them to fully realize the advantages of a thin client computing strategy that includes access to relational databases.
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Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
Date:Mar 13, 2000
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