Data Interface Corporation Unveils License Adaptor for High Precision
November 4, 2000 - Universal Data Interface Corporation (UDICo),
a middleware software company, today unveiled a new license adaptor
for High Precision Math to be sold as part of the UDI software suite.
Precision Math adaptor enables the UDI to process transactions
with up to 30 significant digits. The previous version of
the UDI processed transactions with 19 significant digits.
The adaptor specifically targets global financial institutions
that transact in high denomination currencies such as the
Russian Rubles and the Indian Rupee.
High Precision Math adaptor is sold as an addition to the
UDICo's flagship product, the Universal Data Interface. The
UDI is a high-speed middleware product that converts high
volumes of data and does large-scale transaction management
in real time. Its UDI Design Tool allows the creation of conversion
specifications by simply clicking, dragging, and connecting
icons that are preconfigured for native support of most popular
data management products and communications protocols. The
UDI Runtime Server performs conversions and transaction management
according to these specifications in a small footprint on
a variety of platforms.
the world of financial transactions makes use of increasingly
complex parameters, UDICo is at the forefront of developing
software to suit our customers requirements," said Adam Greissman,
UDICo's, CEO, CTO and founder. "The 23.3 High Precision Math
Adaptor has the highest digit processing capacity in the market.
We believe that there is a large market for this adaptor,
both for our existing UDI users and new customers."
About Universal Data Interface Corporation (UDICo)
UDICo is an emerging leader in the data integration needs of today's
growing businesses. Founded in July 2000, UDICo's goal is "data
without borders" for any enterprise that needs it: data that can
be used quickly, openly, and seamlessly across disparate systems.
This lets IT departments get back to mission critical projects without
requiring the time and trouble to custom code solutions to myriad
middleware problems. UDICo is based in New York City and is privately
held. For more information, visit www.udico.com.