TeleComputing Adds .Net Support to TECOS
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ASP pioneer TeleComputing today announced that its application provisioning and management platform TECOS integrates with and supports the Microsoft .NET Framework. Telecomputing, which is based in Oslo, Norway and Fort Lauderdale, Fla., provides private-label hosted business messaging, collaboration and productivity applications for service providers (SP).
TECOS 3.0 is designed to enable ASPs, independent software vendors (ISVs), network and Web service providers to deliver and manage Microsoft .NET applications, Web services and other value-added services to their customers.
Using TECOS 3.0, SPs can deploy (the company says often in less than 30 days) hosted, value-added applications on top of their core network services. Those applications include any Microsoft .NET application or XML Web service, as well as Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, SharePoint Team Services, Microsoft Office or Microsoft Mobile Information Server.
"We are delighted that TeleComputing has dedicated resources to the support and success of the .NET Framework, and architected TECOS 3.0 from the ground up on .NET technologies," said Mike Culver, group program manager for the Developer and Platform Evangelism Division at Microsoft Corp.
According to TeleComputing, TECOS 3.0 will also let SPs move beyond hosted Exchange to add new services and applications to their offering. A new service, Telecomputing reports, can be added by plugging in a Service Configuration Object (SCO) that automates the provisioning and management of that service. Working with Microsoft, TeleComputing says it has already developed SCOs and supporting services for multiple Microsoft .NET application services beyond hosted Exchange. TeleComputing is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for its hosted Exchange service.
Telecomputing, founded in 1997, was one of the first ASPs. It is currently listed as a Top 20 ASP by ASPnews.
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