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Knosys to Support Microsoft XML for Analysis

Knosys, a provider of analytic front-end technology for Microsoft’s .NET platform, announced plans to support Microsoft’s XML for Analysis protocol for providing open data access for multi-dimensional analysis and data mining. The entire Knosys ProClarity product family will support the new protocol.

As part of Microsoft’s .NET initiative, the XML for Analysis protocol enhances the OLE DB standard by using the Internet as the platform for building analytical applications from any data source. The new protocol, built on HTTP, CML, and SOAP technologies, allows developers to provide analytic capabilities to any client on any device or platform using any programming language.

Contact Knosys, (208) 344-1630, www.knosys.com.

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

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