7/17/2003 - Fatti - "The Service Gateway Company" - and ProSyst Software AG announce the signing of a reseller contract. The Italian hardware and software provider, specialized in remote management solutions, will distribute ProSyst´s product portfolio, mBedded Server, mBeddedBuilder, and mPowerRemote Manager, as well as individually designed OSGi-trainings to its customers.
The cooperation between Fatti and ProSyst started in 2002 with a common pilot project enabling remote management of machines and devices via GSM and the Internet. Here, Fatti´s product Sesamo35 is used, a small and compact remote control system with an integrated GSM-modem and compliant with the OSGi specifications. Implementing this device, telemetric data can be read out remotely, and machines can be controlled or maintained via a GSM network or the Internet.
This communication and remote management between different devices is enabled by the deployment of ProSyst´s open, modular, and scalable software platform, mBedded Server. In addition, Fatti integrated Cocoon, the Apache XML publishing framework as a bundle. It acts as a modular communication, content management, and data center allowing for data exchange between all devices connected to the network. This OSGi-based solution combines different technology standards and - protocols and provides the complete range of interaction between manufacturers, external service providers, and the end user.
Daniel Schellhoss, EVP of ProSyst Software AG: "We are pleased that the successful cooperation between Fatti and ProSyst meets in further projects and that Fatti offers our products and services on the Italian market, complemented by customer trainings on OSGi technology."
Enrico Migliore, founder of Fatti srl, adds: "We firmly believe that the OSGi technology will play a tremendous role in this growing market from which both parties will profit. ProSyst´s products fit perfectly into our portfolio and we look forward to our future cooperation."
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