May 2005
UNIX Update;May2005, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p3
Trade Publication
This article reports on the Linux Standard Base (LSB) 2.0 Application Certification granted to software solutions provider Lymeware Corp. for its IAgent3 Interactive Agent product Linux chipsets. The LSB standard, architected by the Free Standards Group, is designed to provide binary application portability between Linux distributions and allow Independent Software Vendors (ISV) the ability to target their development to a single unified Linux operating system standard and, in turn, allow them to reach a wider customer market. Lymeware strongly supports core Linux and industry standards and was the first company to be awarded LSB 2.0 Application Certification. Lymeware was also the first company to attain this certification on the ia32/Intel x86, the ppc32/PowerPC, and the S/3 90 mainframe platforms. This newest release of the popular IAgent3 Secure Messaging Interactive Agent product now supports all LSB-compliant Linux distributions on any of these platforms. Lymeware has joined the Free Standards Group to help add the ISV perspective and developer experiences to LSB standards. The Lymeware IAgent3 product is a conformal implementation of the Telecommunications Industry Forum Electronic Communications Interactive Agent, which allows secure Electronic Data Interchange transactions with strong encryption, using open standards.


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