i-Technology News Desk
Xandros, Viyya Partner- Cloud Computing Brought to Mobile Linux
Offers Information Management Services
Aug. 5, 2008 12:13 PM
Viyya Technologies Inc., a developer and marketer of advanced web-based content management applications, announced a strategic partnership with Xandros, Inc., the leading provider of custom OEM Linux solutions, next-generation Linux desktop and server products, and advanced cross-platform Windows-Linux management tools. The agreement gives Xandros exclusive rights to bundle Viyya technology with Xandros' custom OEM solutions to meet the needs of the growing number of users of Linux-based internet connected desktop and mobile devices.
Available as an optional feature in Xandros' custom OEM solutions, Viyya technology will also be offered through CNR technology where Linux users can freely download hundreds of software and web applications with a single click.
"Cloud-based services and content access play an important role in the next-generation Linux-based netbooks and mobile internet devices," said Andreas Typaldos, Xandros CEO. "By bundling Viyya's filtering, parsing, and notification tools with Xandros' custom OEM solutions, users can get a handle on the onslaught of information from multiple sources to which we are continuously exposed."
"We see a growing demand from users for easy-to-use web-based content management for Linux-enabled netbooks and other internet connected devices," said John Bay, Viyya CEO. "By joining forces with Xandros we can deliver the Viyya product line to a proven platform for worldwide markets."
About Viyya Technologies
Viyya Technologies is the developer and marketer of a web-based information management application. The company's core technology manages disparate information from the Internet, corporate intranets, databases, newsgroups, email, and third-party feeds by enabling users to customize the way they collect, process, distribute and store data. VIYYA gives users the ability to retrieve filtered content from many sources, determine the relevancy of the information, and have the information processed into notifications, daily reminders, newspapers, or archived for future use.