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How to Deliver Rich Web Apps Accessible from Any Web-Enabled Device

Kaazing powers Web communications for Informatica Ultra Messaging software

"As end-user demands and requirements have evolved, extending the performance and scalability benefits of our Ultra Messaging software to audiences accessing applications on any Web-enabled device has been a priority for many customers in the financial services arena" said Mike Pickett, VP of Product Marketing for Ultra Messaging at Informatica, as it was announced jointly by Informatics and Kaazing that Kaazing's WebSocket Gateway technology will henceforth be integrated into Informatica's Ultra Messaging product line to enable the seamless, reliable and secure delivery of real-time information to any Web-enabled device.

"Ensuring that information is delivered in real-time between a client and a browser," Pickett continued, "Kaazing's WebSocket Gateway technology gives Informatics the power to do just that, allowing customers to reach new audiences and expand their potential number of revenue streams."

"We're thrilled that Informatica has chosen Kaazing as the full-duplex web communications backbone for its Ultra Messaging products," said Manuel Hoffmann (pictured), VP of Business Development at Kaazing - widely considered to be the world's leading innovator in HTML5 WebSocket technology.

"WebSockey Gateway is an ideal approach for any Informatica customer that is managing large amounts of messages and requires high levels of enterprise-grade reliability, scalability and performance," said Hoffman.

Integrating Kaazing's WebSocket Gateway technology into its Ultra Messaging product line will enable Informatica to enable the seamless, reliable and secure delivery of real-time information to any Web-enabled device. Informatica is the world's number one independent provider of data integration software with over 4,200 customers globally.

Informatica's low-latency messaging software is used by leading financial institutions worldwide. Using modern "nothing in the middle" architecture, the highly efficient Ultra Messaging software also provides higher throughput, resiliency and availability while reducing hardware infrastructure costs. With Kaazing WebSocket Gateway, Informatica Ultra Messaging customers can now deploy rich internet applications to deliver real-time Ultra Messaging traffic directly to the browser, eliminating the need to establish dedicated IP infrastructures to service external customers and audiences.

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