Kenamea boosts Web messaging platform

Kenamea has unveiled a polished version of its Web-based messaging platform at the Web Services Edge Conference and Expo in New...

Kenamea has unveiled a polished version of its Web-based messaging platform at the Web Services Edge Conference and Expo in New York, while also looking ahead toward the next full refresh of the flagship product, due this autumn.

Kenamea Web Messaging Platform 1.3 provides a real-time communications infrastructure for delivering Web-based applications and Web services over the Internet, company officials said.

Features in Version 1.3 include an adaptor for expanded integration with traditional enterprise message queuing systems such as IBM, MQ Series and software from Tibco Software, Sonic Software, and BEA Systems, officials said. The latest release is also now able to run in both Windows and Sun Solaris environments.

Version 1.3 also sports support for PocketPC devices, enabling messages to be sent and received from applications based on that platform. The upgrade also includes a new COM API for Microsoft Visual Basic and Office clients, supports the delivery of Soap (Simple Object Access Protocol) messages, and features a new JavaScript Connector that injects Web messaging technology into existing Web pages without a plug-in or client download.

The main thrust of Version 1.3, according to Kenamea officials, is giving enterprises a way to exploit existing infrastructure to serve up applications over the Internet to customers, suppliers and partners.

"We want customers to utilise the advantages of our platform with the tools and technologies that they are already know and are using," said Jeffrey McManus, senior product manager for Kenamea.

Kenamea plans to unveil Version 2.0 of its platform with increased security, throughput, and redundancy, this autumn. The platform will also deliver HTTP interoperability to allow applications to send and receive messages from any platform that supports HTTP and will feature enhanced mobile support for messaging on PalmOS and RIM BlackBerry devices.

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