New server-based tools make niche apps easier

September 1999
Multichannel News;09/27/99, Vol. 20 Issue 40, p39
Reports on the coming availability of a class of server-based tools that will help telephone network operators streamline the provisioning of niche-specific applications. Combination of software based on Sun Microsystems' Java with microprocessing technology; Enhancement of networks' ability to generate revenues from applications service providers and their customers.


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