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Kaazing Brings Real-Time Transactions to Electricity Trading Market 24 by 7
by Staff Writers
Mountain View CA (SPX) Dec 12, 2012

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Kaazing has announced that Turkish Electricity Market Operator TEIAS PMUM has selected Kaazing to power their new 7/24 Live Electricity Intraday Market. Kaazing is setting the standard for low latency data transfer, while providing the most secure real-time web communications platform for new enterprise applications and the fast-paced electricity trading market is no different. The new 7/24 Live Electricity Intraday Market will launch January 1, 2013.

"Moving to the Kaazing WebSocket platform has allowed us to provide our customers with the fastest electricity market updates possible, so that they can be confident they are getting the most up-to-date information," said Birol Karatay, Chief of IT at TEIAS PMUM.

"Kaazing's WebSocket suited our needs so well that we never needed to look at another solution. The ease of implementing the software and speed of delivery, along with its adaptability to our customer's systems, leaves us assured that we can partner with Kaazing to provide the best user experience to our customers possible."

With global companies from countries including Turkey, Germany, Bulgaria, Greece and Germany participating in the trading, it is crucial that the Kaazing WebSocket Gateway software allows the TEIAS' 7/24 Live Electricity Intraday Market to update in real-time with extremely low latency. To maximize the speed of the updates, only relevant data is updated when needed.

The Kaazing WebSocket also automatically adapts to whatever browser a visitor is using by detecting the absence of native WebSocket support. By providing transparent emulation with near-native performance, management time for IT personnel is minimized when implementing the Kaazing software.

"Legacy Web architecture is no longer suitable for the demands placed on utility companies like TEIAS to provide their customers with the real-time data they demand," said John Donnelly III, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Business Development at Kaazing.

"Whether it's PG and E, Con Edison, or TEIAS, utility companies need immediate access to data without hesitation - something that can only be done with Kaazing."

Kaazing has unique technology that enables instant Web communications on any browser or mobile device, and is the leading company focused on enabling the Living Web - the nearly ubiquitous real-time, interactive, collaborative applications that have become the norm.

Kaazing's secure, real-time web communications platform revolutionizes how Web applications are built and used. Kaazing's new JMS edition 3.5 platform improves iPhone battery life, app performance and user experience.


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