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PR: Unify Corporation unveils Java-based Web Application Server
Feb 13, 2001, 18 :45 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (761 reads)

Unify Corporation, a provider of solutions for extending business applications to the Web, announced the availability of Unify eWave Engine 4.0. A high performance Web Application Server, Unify eWave Engine allows organizations to take advantage of the latest industry standards in the J2EE platform including JavaServer Pages (JSPs), Servlets and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) at the highly competitive price of just $595 per CPU.

"Unify eWave Engine 4.0 allows price sensitive organizations to take advantage of J2EE technology in developing B2B and B2C applications and Web-based solutions," said Dave Glende, chief technology officer at Unify. "Our customers choose Unify products for ease of use, performance, reliability and cost. Unify eWave Engine 4.0 is hands-down the most affordable, full-feature Java-based Web Application Server on the market."

Now available for download and purchase at, this new release includes usability enhancements in installation and administration, and seamless migration from Java servlet to EJB component-based development. With Unify eWave Engine 4.0, customers have the flexibility of using servlets and JSP to deliver Web solutions, combined with the built-in functionality to easily evolve to EJB components to meet future business requirements.

"Unify eWave Engine provides our developers with a standards-based development environment that offered the flexibility we required in creating our APT Churn and APT Profitability applications and bringing them to market quickly," said Howard Kaushansky, vice president of business development at Athene Software. "Our decision to select Unify eWave Engine for our Intelligent CRM Suite of applications is due to its adherence to the J2EE technology and Unify's exceptional customer support."

With its easy to use development environment, Unify eWave Engine allows organizations to build and deploy reliable, portable, high performance Web applications running JSPs, servlets and EJB. By utilizing JSPs and Java Servlets powered by Unify eWave Engine, companies are able to leverage their current IT investments and re-purpose their existing systems and applications for the Web in an easy, reliable and affordable way.

"Unify's newest version of its robust Web application server provides powerful server-side Java functionality for companies that are seeking to provide customers and business partners dynamic, secure, real-time access to their corporate data," said Bob Batchelder, director of Unify eWave product development.

Unify eWave Engine 4.0 is available in two editions: Access and Enterprise. The Unify eWave Engine Access Edition supports servlets, JSPs, and Enterprise Java Beans at the most competitive price available of just $595 per CPU. Unify eWave Engine Enterprise Edition, offered at $2,495 per CPU, extends the server's functionality to support advanced deployment functionality required in multi-server configurations including replication, failover and load balancing.

Unify eWave Engine incorporates full support for key components of the J2EE suite of standards, including Java Servlet API 2.2, JSP 1.1, and EJB 1.1 technologies, and runs on all major Web servers, including Microsoft IIS, Netscape Enterprise Server, iPlanet Web Server and Apache Web Server.

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