WarpSpeed Communications Releases XML-Based Message Monitor
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WarpSpeed Communications Monday released Automation Interface, a connection manager designed to enable enterprises to meet their networks' peak bandwidth demands by using simple XML messages to automatically invoke one or more dedicated T-1 connections.
The Automation Interface connection manager employs XML to simplify access to WarpSpeed's Bandwidth@WarpSpeed T-1 service. WarpSpeed's service delivers a flexible, cost-effective way for companies to achieve high-bandwidth, point-to-point communications on demand without investing in expensive and static leased lines, a statement released by the company said.
The WarpSpeed network is claimed as the first nationwide broadband network to employ XML as a control mechanism for switching private bandwidth connections.
WarpSpeed's Automation Interface aims to provide superior quality-of-service without affecting applications' quality-of-service experienced by other users and applications running over the company's network at the same time.
Virtually any application can use WarpSpeed's Automation Interface to access the Bandwidth@WarpSpeed service without alteration by "wrapping" it in a script. Developers can download various sample applications from WarpSpeed's developers' Web site that illustrate several techniques for embedding the setting up and tearing down of WarpSpeed T-1 connections in their own applications.
WarpSpeed's breakthrough Bandwidth@WarpSpeed service combines the cost-effectiveness and flexibility of virtual private networks with the quality-of-service and security of leased lines. The WarpSpeed service delivers on-demand, usage-based, pay-as-you-go bandwidth for a variety of real-time, data-intensive applications.
This enables midtier to large organizations to invoke additional bandwidth automatically through simple XML messages or manually at the touch of a button. WarpSpeed also allows customers to disconnect from the WarpSpeed network as soon as they no longer need its services, requiring them to pay just for what they use.