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Kaazing Announces Private PaaS

The Kaazing Private PaaS is a web-enabled full-duplex, real-time data solution based on the new HTML5 WebSocket standard

Kaazing announced the availability of a new Platform as a Service, offering the fastest, most reliable, and most efficient mobile Web experience. Here’s a quote from the press release:

The Kaazing Private PaaS is a web-enabled full-duplex, real-time data solution based on the new HTML5 WebSocket standard. It is a fully managed PaaS solution that provides companies with the freedom to communicate any data, at any time, to any device, anywhere using their client technology of choice – JS, Java, Flash, .NET/Silverlight, and others. With Kaazing’s Private PaaS, companies can run a robust and secure enterprise grade and full-duplex real-time data service in the Cloud virtually instantaneously without any infrastructure investment, setup, or IT management.

Three examples of the Kaazing PaaS discuss financial services, gaming, and retail. For more information read the Kaazing Press Release on PaaS.

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