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Press Release 2001

April 23, 2001 - AlterEgo Joins BEA Star Partner Program - Enables BEA Customers to Build a Pervasive E-Business With BEA-Ready Solutions

Redwood City, California - April 23, 2001 - AlterEgo, the leading provider of enterprise software and services for enabling the pervasive Internet, today announced that it has joined the Star Partner Program of BEA Systems, Inc., one of the world's leading e-business infrastructure software companies. Through this alliance, AlterEgo will provide enterprises with even tighter integration between the BEA WebLogic®
E-Business Platform and AlterEgo's Adaptive Performance Suite(tm).  AlterEgo's development of BEA-Ready software solutions provides enterprises with a highly scalable migration path for transforming
existing e-business infrastructures to pervasive e-businesses infrastructures.

The family of products in the AlterEgo Adaptive Performance Suite are designed to transform the existing enterprise e-business infrastructure into an "Adaptive Enterprise" - one that is capable of addressing the
challenges posed by increasing proliferation of content, mobile devices and the resulting infrastructure complexity. The product suite -- comprised of three products: AlterEgo Content Adaptation Server(tm),
AlterEgo Mobile Web Server(tm) and AlterEgo Adaptive Hub(tm) -- offers customers a modular product architecture, with a step-by-step approach to building an Adaptive Enterprise.

"In addressing the real infrastructure challenges of the pervasive Internet, it's critical that AlterEgo tightly integrate with leading e-business solutions like those offered from BEA," said David Downing, vice-president of marketing, AlterEgo. "Our involvement with BEA reinforces our effort to complement existing enterprise infrastructures.  Through this relationship, AlterEgo may enable even higher levels of
performance for BEA customers as they address the issues of content proliferation, device heterogeneity and across varying networks for both wired and wireless devices."

AlterEgo Adaptive Performance Suite AlterEgo Adaptive Performance Suite addresses e-business infrastructure issues today, while creating a clear path to m-business and pervasive e-business capabilities in the future. AlterEgo Content Adaptation Server(tm) helps enterprises take the first step to building an Adaptive Enterprise by simplifying and unifying the disparate formats of web applications being proliferated by their existing e-business infrastructure. AlterEgo Mobile Web Server(tm) then helps extend the simplified and unified e-business infrastructure to an m-business model, where corporate web-services can now be extended to the proliferating variations of mobile Internet access devices, be they WAP phones, PDAs, or two-way pagers. And finally, AlterEgo Adaptive Hub(tm) helps customers integrate e-business and m-business infrastructures, into a cohesive and centrally managed pervasive e-business infrastructure. AlterEgo Adaptive Performance Suite of products also provides BEA customers with a platform to integrate industry-standard J2EE and XML technologies into their pervasive e-business infrastructure.

As a member of the BEA Star Partner program with wireless solutions that complement the BEA WebLogic family of products, AlterEgo will receive an array of benefits in marketing, sales, training, education, and technical development. BEA Star members are systems integrators, independent software vendors and application service providers building e-business solutions on the BEA WebLogic E-Business Platform(tm) to help make their customers Internet-ready and future-proof.

About AlterEgo
AlterEgo provides enterprise pervasive e-business software and services that accelerate the productivity of employees, partners and customers by enabling scalable dynamic access to web content and applications whenever and wherever it's needed. AlterEgo Adaptive Performance Suite(tm) of products provides a framework for enabling pervasive access to the Internet, integrating with existing e-business infrastructure products and technologies. The scalable AlterEgo Adaptive Performance Suite platform dynamically adapts and delivers content customized for any mobile device or desktop platform and highly personalized for each user's requirements. With headquarters in Redwood City, Calif., and London, England, AlterEgo maintains partnerships with BEA, Siebel, Interwoven, Macromedia, Inktomi, Aether Systems and SRI International.  Select customers include USA Today.com, E*TRADE's ClearStation,
ConsumerReview.com, Ask Jeeves, and Highwire. For more information, please visit our Web site at www.aego.com or call 1-866-ALTEREGO.

AlterEgo, AlterEgo Mobile Web Server, AlterEgo Content Adaptation Server, AlterEgo Adaptive Hub, AlterEgo Designer 2.0, AlterEgo Adaptive Network Service and The Adaptive Network are all trademarks of AlterEgo, Inc. All other company and product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

BEA and WebLogic are registered trademarks of BEA Systems, Inc. BEA WebLogic E-Business Platform, BEA WebLogic Server, BEA WebLogic Commerce Server, BEA WebLogic Personalization Server, BEA WebLogic Collaborate, and BEA WebLogic Business Process Integrator are trademarks of BEA Systems, Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks of the company with which they are associated.

For More Information: www.aego.com

 

 

 
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