Saturday, August 02, 2003

Data Federation

Can XML solve data federation conundrum? "Snapbridge Software, a start-up company based in San Diego, claims to have solved the problem of enterprise data federation with a combination of XML standardization and algorithms developed by its engineering team...The product he helped develop, Snapbridge FDX, is in limited release at “Fortune-class” companies in the financial, publishing, supply chain management and telecommunications industries, with an official launch set for this fall, he said."

Technology "The Semantic Objects that invoke the XML Processing within Snapbridge FDX provide interfaces that allow external entities--web browsers, applications, spreadsheets, databases, and web service--to not only view the results of data federation, but be able to update the data as a transaction and have those updates be applied to external systems."
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