Lightstreamer support for Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox and Deepnet Explorer

Milano, Italy -- Aug. 10, 2004 -- Lightstreamer push technology is continually enhanced by increasing its support for the broadest possible range of web browsers. Compatibility between Lightstreamer Server and Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox and Deepnet Explorer web browsers has been verified, with real-time data automatically updating these browsers in true push via HTML & JavaScript.

Lightstreamer is a "Push" engine middleware for streaming real-time data to web browsers and custom application clients (through Client API Libraries). When used in conjunction with web browsers no downloads (Java applets, ActiveX, etc.) are required to implement a push connection and display live data. You can easily add push capabilities to your own pure HTML front-ends without altering the existing infrastructure. The architecture provides a straightforward means to rapidly deploy live data services, avoiding network security issues due to the use of standard HTTP(S) protocols without any form of tunneling. With its unique 'Adaptive Streaming' capability it provides bandwidth control with individual user allocation and also network congestion management to eliminate data aging.

About Lightstreamer
The Lightstreamer technology was originally developed for the Italian Finance market by the Software Systems Integration activity of privately held Par-Tec group (founded in 1998). Weswit Srl was subsequently created as an Independent Software Vendor within the group to provide with Lightstreamer 'Push' middleware for streaming real-time Market Data, or in fact any live information to web browsers and custom application clients. Currently Lightstreamer is compatible with the following browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Deepnet Explorer.