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Metagon’s DQbroker Delivers Inter-Corporate Data via the Web

Metagon Technologies LLC indroduced DQbroker Extended Enterprise, a secure, real-time inter-corporate data access solution. DQbroker Extended Enterprise provides a peer-to-peer distributed processing model which allows the DQbroker product to deliver data integration to corporate trading partners via the Web.

DQbroker Extended Enterprise accesses data across IBM, Unix, Sun, and Windows NT servers and workstations. The system can access many data sources, including DB2, FoxPro, Informix, Neon, ODBC, Oracle, Progress, Sequential, SQL Server, Sybase, and VSAM.

Several key features enhance DQbroker Extended Enterprise. The solution supports relational data, non-relational data, and XML data sources. Global Views enables authorized trading partner data from multiple sources to be accessed as though it were a single source of aggregate data.

Contact Metagon, (704) 847-2390, www.metagon.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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