Circata Exellar 2.0 Mobility Platform is the next version of Circata's
framework that empowers enterprises to design, deploy, and maintain
customized mobile business applications such as CRM, ERP, EDI, SCM, and
SRM. The Exellar technology was built using Circata's patent-pending
"Multiple Application Processing Engine" (MAPE) technology, which allows
the Exellar server platform to run on any operating system, including
Linux and SolarisTM Operating Environment (Solaris OE).
Circata's customers have already experienced an early ROI in terms of
revenue, productivity, customer acquisition and retention, and they
have a competitive advantage over companies who have not yet gone
Other mobile business applications that can benefit from Circata
Exellar 2.0 Mobility Platform include email, instant messaging, alert
systems, ASP enabling systems, advertising, IP Telephony VoIP,
GPS-based technologies, and virtually any permission-based content
The user identity module of the Exellar Server Platform allows the user
to create and update a personal profile through the wireless device or
a web browser. The user profile contains preferences for pushed
content, authentication, and navigation, simplifying and improving the
usability of the application.
KARE11 TV Provides Wireless Access to Weather Reports
An example of how Circata implements the user ID module is its
application for KARE11, one of the largest TV stations in Minnesota and
one of 21 NBC network affiliates owned by one of America's largest
media group, Gannett Broadcasting. Circata partnered with solution
provider Wizmo Consulting to execute a project that includes wireless
access to news, weather, traffic, sports, and TV schedules.
The Exellar Server Platform
The Exellar Server Platform connects wireless devices, such as smart
phones, PDAs and pagers, to e-commerce applications and data sources
via customized connectors. Each connector is specifically designed for
each client to ensure accurate data transfer from source to device.
The Exellar supports all portable wireless devices, works on any
wireless bearer protocol, offers built-in data encryption, and allows
access for up to 5,000 concurrent wireless devices without compromising
performance. Circata also provides its customers with end-to-end
security from a wireless device to the trusted data center of the
Circata's exclusive Software Development Kit (SDK) allows a developer
to utilize the various components of Exellar and their exposed APIs. It
provides an HTML-based GUI to build wireless applications, which can
access content from existing HTML sites, XML pages, various databases,
application servers, back-end and legacy systems.
Exellar has been completely developed using core JavaTM technologies
and JavaBeansTM and can be ported onto any platform, including
Microsoft Windows NT/2000, Linux, UNIXR and Solaris OE. It also supports
security solutions that make use of the WTLS layer of Wireless
Application Protocol, as well as SSL 2 and 3 Internet protocols.
Circata recommends a Pentium class processor (600MHz and higher) or
SPARCstationTM (400 MHz and higher) with 256 MB RAM.
- Application server compliant with JavaTM 2 Platform,
Enterprise Edition (J2EETM) (BEA WebLogic 4.5.1 recommended)
- Oracle 8i application repository
- JavaTM DataBase Connectivity (JDBCTM)-compliant back-end database
- Web Server (Apache Web Server 1.3 recommended)
- JavaTM 2 Software Development Kit v. 1.2.2; and JavaTM 2 Runtime
Environment v. 1.2.2.
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