The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2001-06-04T21:45:00Z BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0 Now Available For Microsoft Windows 2000 2001-06-04T21:45:00Z broadvision-one-to-one-enterprise-6-0-now-available-for-microsoft-windows-2000 BroadVision, Inc. (Nasdaq: BVSN), a leading supplier of personalised e-business applications, today announced the availability of BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0, the next generation of BroadVision's scalable, J2EE-enabled e-business application, for platforms including industry-leading Compaq ProLiant* servers and other Intel-based systems running Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system. In addition, BroadVision announced its intention to develop enhanced functionality for Windows users including browser-based system management capabilities. BroadVision also announced that beginning in Q4 2001 versions of BroadVision applications on the Intel Architecture will be made available simultaneously with releases for other hardware platforms. "With the availability of BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0 for Windows 2000, BroadVision is underscoring its strong commitment to supporting a broad array of platforms and operating systems, including Intel-based systems running Windows 2000," said Bruce Craig, Managing Director, BroadVision Australia. "We're stepping up our development efforts so that our Windows customers can take full advantage of the latest BroadVision features at the same time as our customers using other platforms and operating systems." Strong Support for Windows Users BroadVision forged alliances with Intel and Compaq to develop a strong base of support for development of the Windows platform. "Intel and BroadVision continue to work together to deliver a highly reliable foundation for deploying and managing personalised e-business applications," said John Davies, vice president and general manager of Intel's Solutions Market Development Group. "We think that the combination of the BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0 on Intel-based servers brings customers increased reliability and flexibility to e-business solutions." Under terms of the alliance with Compaq, the two companies have put joint engineering and marketing teams in place to test and bring to market solutions supporting optimised deployment of BroadVision applications on Compaq ProLiant servers, making Compaq ProLiant servers a premier BroadVision Windows 2000 platform. "As the number one server platform for Windows NT / 2000 deployments, Compaq and BroadVision are working together to develop robust, scalable solutions for our mutual customers," said Mark Linesch, vice president, eCommerce Solutions, Compaq. "With today's announcement, customers worldwide will be able to quickly deploy production sites at lower cost, while benefiting from the reliability and scalability of industry-leading Compaq ProLiant servers tested and integrated with BroadVision applications." Performance and System Management Enhancements BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0 includes new features that make it easier to design, build and maintain sophisticated systems with enhanced debugging and system monitor tools. To make the transition to BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0 easier, BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0 was designed to be binary backward compatible with BroadVision's previous version (version 5.5) application. This compatibility is designed to ensure that existing BroadVision implementations can be migrated to the new platform with little or no modification. About BroadVision BroadVision (Nasdaq: BVSN, Neuer Markt: BDN) develops and delivers an integrated suite of packaged applications for conducting e-commerce interactions and transactions. Global enterprises and government entities use these applications to sell, buy and exchange information over the web and on wireless devices. The BroadVision e-commerce application suite enables a corporation to become more competitive and profitable by establishing and sustaining high-yield relationships with customers, suppliers and employees. BroadVision services professionals, supported by over 100 partner organisations worldwide, transform these applications into business value for our customers through consulting, education, and support services in more than 34 countries. BroadVision-founded in 1993, public since 1996-has more than 1,200 customers. IDC ranks BroadVision as the world's leading provider of e-commerce software applications (International Data Corp., E-Commerce Software Applications Market Forecast and Analysis, 2000-2004). BroadVision is headquartered in Redwood City, California and can be reached at 650.261.5100 or info@broadvision.com. # # # BroadVision and BroadVision One-To-One are registered trademarks or trademarks of BroadVision, Inc. in the United States and other countries. BroadVision Expands Alliance with IBM to Bring Complete e-Business Solutions to Customers 2001-06-04T21:45:00Z broadvision-expands-alliance-with-ibm-to-bring-complete-e-business-solutions-to-customers BroadVision, Inc. (Nasdaq: BVSN), a leading supplier of personalised e-business applications, today announced an expanded alliance with IBM, initially formed on September 8, 2000. Achievements from the first phase of the BroadVision*/IBM* relationship include the availability of Java2* Enterprise Edition (J2EE)-enabled BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0 for IBM's AIX* operating system and support for the DB2* Universal Database with the suite of BroadVision applications for AIX and DB2 available in the coming months. Given the success of the relationship, the two companies have expanded the scope of the alliance to include integration of IBM's WebSphere* Application Server and J2EE-based WebSphere* MQ with BroadVision's industry-leading e-business application platform. BroadVision and IBM are working together to enhance the interoperability, openness, and scalability of their solutions and advancing the adoption of J2EE. By making BroadVision's J2EE-enabled application platform, BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0, fully interoperable with IBM WebSphere and J2EE-based WebSphere MQ message queuing solution, IBM and BroadVision will deliver one of the most scalable, open standards-based e-business solutions available. In addition to the completion of several key integration projects, IBM and BroadVision are cooperating to bring complete solutions to customers. IBM Global Services has established a consulting practice of BroadVision-trained professionals to help customers around the world implement BroadVision e-business solutions on IBM platforms and software. BroadVision and IBM work together to solve any implementation or support-related issues. This approach enables joint customers to choose a single world-class vendor for e-infrastructure servers, middleware, and services for their BroadVision e-business solutions. "IBM products form a superb foundation for BroadVision solutions. The combination of BroadVision and IBM provides great scalability, high-availability and an excellent price/performance ratio," said Bruce Craig, Managing Director, BroadVision Australia. "IBM servers and middleware are a natural choice for BroadVision customers as they migrate to BroadVision One-To-One Enterprise 6.0 and a standards-based e-infrastructure." "With the strong collaboration between IBM and BroadVision, more and more customers are selecting popular BroadVision solutions for their IBM e-business environment," said Mike Borman, vice president of Worldwide Web Server Sales at IBM. "For customers choosing BroadVision solutions for their e-business environments, the expanded alliance provides one-stop shopping."