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ONI Systems' Advances in Storage Networking Generate New Business
SAN JOSE, Calif., April 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- ONI Systems Corp. (Nasdaq:ONIS) today announced that COLT Telecommunications, KVH Telecom and Telseon have begun leveraging the storage internetworking functionalities of ONI's ONLINE(tm) transport platform and are successfully selling into the enterprise storage market in Europe, Japan and the United States, respectively.
ONI Systems Optical Platforms Qualified by EMC Corporation as E-Lab Tested
SAN JOSE, Calif., April 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- ONI Systems Corp. (Nasdaq:ONIS) today announced that ONI's ONLINE7000 and ONLINE9000 optical transport platforms have been qualified by EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC) as E-Lab Tested(tm), the industry's most comprehensive testing program. The qualification process included testing of both Fibre Channel and ESCON with ONI's ONWAVE(tm) Data Multiplexer and ONWAVE ESCON Multiplexer and EMC Symmetrix(r) and CLARiiON(r) information storage systems and Symmetrix Remote Data Facility (SRDF(tm)) and MirrorView(tm) remote mirroring software. Additionally, ONI and EMC have entered into a worldwide Cooperative Support Agreement to address joint customer service and support.
CYNET, Inc. Announces New e-Messaging Product Line
HOUSTON, April 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- CYNET, Inc. (OTCBB:CYNE) (OTCBB:CYNEB), a leading provider of e-Messaging solutions, announced its new e-Messaging product line. The new e-Messaging products will be specially targeted for both businesses and individual consumers. CYNET e-Messaging simplifies communications by providing the users with easy to use tools to access and control e-mail, fax and voice messaging from their desktop as well as wirelessly.
U.S. Wireless Network Interoperability Lauded -- Maybe
SAN DIEGO, April 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Recent announcements from some of the largest mobile operators in the U.S. indicate that wireless network interoperability may be at hand -- but, to what extent? SMS.ac (www.sms.ac) chairman and chief executive officer, Michael Pousti, today lauded the looming development of cross-network connectivity as a positive development for the growth and proliferation of SMS/MMS messaging domestically, but added that restricted interoperability and closed billing practices by operators could still derail optimistic industry outlooks for generating new revenue.
Framfab Expands www.nikefootball.com
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, April 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- In their latest online efforts, Nike and Framfab have expanded the award-winning nikefootball.com website to 13 languages to coincide with the launch of Nike's football campaign, The Secret Tournament.
New Wave Group Signs Agreement for IBS Virtual Enterprise
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, April 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- The New Wave Group has signed a contract for IBS' Virtual Enterprise and ASW software. The deal includes installations in some 30 companies in 11 European countries. The total order value is approximately SEK 16 million, which includes collaborative commerce, order fulfillment, inventory control, logistics, customer relations management, financials, business analysis and decision support, as well as facilities management. New Wave, a leading supplier of, among other things, profile clothing, has experienced a rapid growth in sales over the last few years. In 2001, their annual revenue was approximately SEK 1.3 billion.