GigaSpaces Delivers Efficient IT Infrastructure to Protogen Clients in Australia
GigaSpaces Helps Protogen Deliver High-speed Processing and Linear Scalability Out-of-the-Box
NEW YORK, New York, December 28, 2010 – GigaSpaces Technologies, a leading provider of a new generation of application platforms for Java and .Net environments, and Protogen Technologies Pty Ltd of Sydney have joined forces to bring high-speed processing and linear scalability to Australian companies with GigaSpaces eXtreme Application Platform (XAP).
“No other major players on the market can offer the depth and wealth of features and services GigaSpaces delivers out-of-the-box,” says Omer Ingber, Director of Protogen. “GigaSpaces as a partner fits very well with the verticals we are dealing with, especially financial services and distribution logistics.”
Financial sector applications need to process massive amounts of data from a growing number of sources in real-time in order to make better decisions, achieve a competitive edge and customer satisfaction, and comply with growing regulation for best trade execution.
XAP is an enterprise-grade, end-to-end in-memory application server for deploying and dynamically scaling distributed applications, enabling organizations to perform high-volume transactions with low latency while linearly scaling automatically. XAP allows companies to more quickly and cost-effectively develop and operate their business-critical applications, whether they are being used within the data center or on the cloud.
“Protogen and GigaSpaces combine to provide our best-of-breed technology to Australian business,” says Adi Paz, GigaSpaces Executive Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. “Because XAP is a complete platform, Protogen’s clients quickly realize ROI with efficient processing and by optimizing their hardware utilization.”
Omer stresses that another reason he selected XAP to work with his clients is its ability to support key enterprise languages, such as Java, C++, and .Net, and its long-term ease of operations such as complete monitoring capabilities and automatic backup and failover in case of hardware failure. Because XAP can support any application combination, it enables Protogen’s clients to own their infrastructure while allowing any technology from any vendor to “sit on top.”
GigaSpaces Technologies is a leading provider of a new generation of virtualized application platforms. Our flagship product, eXtreme Application Platform (XAP), delivers end-to-end scalability across the entire stack, from the data all the way to the application. XAP is the only product that provides a complete in-memory solution on a single platform, enabling high-speed processing of extreme transactional loads, while scaling to meet any requirement – dynamically and linearly. XAP was designed from the ground up to support any cloud environment – private, public, or hybrid – and offers a pain-free, evolutionary path from today’s data center to the technologies of tomorrow.
More than 350 organizations worldwide are leveraging XAP to enhance IT efficiency and performance. Among our customers are Fortune Global 500 companies, including top financial services enterprises, telecom carriers, online gaming providers, and e-commerce companies, such as Dow Jones, NYSE, Société Générale, Virgin Mobile, and Sears.
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