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Xenos releases d2e Platform(TM) version 5.4

Thursday, August 05, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

TORONTO, Aug. 4 - Xenos, the data to e-content company(TM), today announced the release of version 5.4 of its Xenos d2e Platform software product with numerous enhancements in response to customer demand for this high-volume print and e-business solution. Bill Kurtz, Xenos' Vice President of Sales and Marketing, stated, "With this release of Xenos d2e Platform version 5.4 we have further strengthened this already feature-rich product. Our focus continues to address the advanced functions and performance required by our customers." Xenos d2e Platform version 5.4 addresses critical requirements of the high-volume printing market with even faster performance, extended shading, and color and vector graphics capability. Many Xenos customers require flexible e-business solutions for scalable, dynamic web-based document presentation in PDF, HTML or XML. Version 5.4 adds the powerful capability for users to design and maintain their own library of functions that they have built for their applications. For Internet document presentment in PDF, performance has been improved by supporting AFP GOCA objects in PDF as vector graphics. For smaller PDF files, embedded fonts can now optionally include only the characters actually used in the file. Xenos d2e Platform v5.4 adds Solaris to complete its cross-platform support for advanced Adobe PDF features for document fidelity and security with 128-bit encryption, linearization and improved in-memory processing for faster Web viewing. Supported platforms for these powerful features now include IBM MVS mainframe with Unix Systems Services, AIX, HP/UX, Solaris and Linux as well as Windows NT/2000/XP.

 

 

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