LA JOLLA, CA — November 29, 2005 – Caucho® Technology, Inc., a leader in providing solutions to ensure high availability and reliability for large-scale Java™ Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE™) applications, announced today that eMeta Corporation, the leading provider of access control, subscription management and ecommerce software, has chosen Resin to power their high-profile web-based product.
eMeta provides access control and ecommerce software for media and software companies. eMeta’s advanced solutions and services enable its many globally recognized customers including NYTimes.com, the Financial Times and Standard and Poor’s to sell and control their digital goods and services, maximizing the value of their digital assets.
Caucho® Technology produces Resin, an elegant application server used by thousands of corporate, education and government clients. Resin’s simplicity of use allows organizations that have large and demanding sites to focus on delivering their message. Over 4500 customers use Resin including EBay’s half.com, CNet, Evite, the American Red Cross, the Toronto Stock Exchange and Salesforce.com. Resin consistently delivers fast and stable performance under heavy load situations. Additionally, Resin’s integrated standalone web server has built a solid reputation as a reliable and easy to maintain web server solution.
Evan Simeone, Product Manager for eMeta said, “We use Resin as the Servlet engine for eRightsWEB, eMeta’s hosted content commerce application. Because eRightsWEB serves commerce and user profile pages for our customers’ content sites, scalability, reliability and security are critical.” Simeone continued, “We chose Resin because we wanted a secure, high performance Java Servlet engine that supports clustering and failover at a reasonable price.”
Steve Montal, Director of Sales and Strategic Partnerships for Caucho® Technology said, “eMeta technology is core to the infrastructure of global business leaders including Celera Genomics, Reuters, SmartMoney.com, the McGraw-Hill Companies and Reed Elsevier.” Montal continued, “We are delighted that eMeta selected Resin to deliver their web content and we look forward to working with them to provide high performance and scalability as eMeta’s applications expand.”
With numerous added features, increased speed and load balancing, Caucho’s Resin application server has earned an industry-wide reputation as a robust solution to the Java application challenges that web developers most often face. Caucho® has also developed the Hessian binary protocol in an effort to produce fast solutions for the rapidly expanding web services arena.
About Caucho® Technology, Inc.
Caucho® Technology was founded in 1998 and is based in La Jolla, California. Caucho® produces Resin, a leading Java application server that delivers fast and stable performance under heavy load situations. Resin is the application server of choice for over 4500 organizations including Fortune 500 companies, governments and educational institutions needing reliable and fast Java solutions. Caucho® Technology is a Sun Microsystems Java licensee.
About eMeta Corporation
eMeta is the leading provider of access control and commerce software for media and software companies. eMeta’s advanced solutions and services enable its many globally recognized customers to sell and control their digital goods and services, maximizing the value of their digital assets. The recipient of numerous accolades, eMeta was recognized by Red Herring in its 2005 Top 100 Private Companies and by Deloitte in 2004 as one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America. eMeta counts Pearson, The McGraw-Hill Companies, IEEE, NYTimes.com, Wolters Kluwer and iVillage among its many customers. The company is based in New York City. Additional information is available at eMeta Corporation.
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