|| Google Chrome Compatible With Lightstreamer
Brand new Google Chrome Browser was successfully tested with the real-time data
push capabilities of Lightstreamer
Milan, 3rd September 2008 – Chrome, the new Google browser, was
released yesterday as a beta version for Windows Vista/XP and officially entered
the browser war, where the primary competitors are currently Microsoft Internet
Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Chrome offers many interesting features, aimed at
making the browsing experience more robust, more secure, and faster.
Lightstreamer, with its eight-year history, is the leading push server for live
data distribution through the Web. Based on the AJAX/Comet paradigm, it is able
to deliver real-time data to very normal Web pages, without painful plug-ins or
been tested on Chrome Beta , leading to impressive results in terms of stability
"We have always had a strong commitment to the broadest browser support and to a
prompt response to new browser arrivals", said Alessandro Alinone, CTO and
creator of Lightstreamer, "I am very satisfied that Lightstreamer runs smoothly
on Google Chrome, without requiring special adaptations".
Lightstreamer is currently employed by many financial institutions to push live
market data to both Web browsers and thick clients. Furthermore, several online
gaming companies have adopted Lightstreamer to make their users' experience more
dynamic and responsive.
Lightstreamer is a scalable and reliable Server for pushing live data to Rich
Internet Applications. Based on the AJAX-Comet paradigm, it streams real-time
data to any Web browser, without installing anything on the client. The
development of Lightstreamer began in 2000, as part of a system integrator’s
activity for the Italian financial market. In 2004 Lightstreamer was separated
into an independent ISV (legal entity Weswit Srl) to provide 'push technology'
to a wider global market. For more information see
www.lightstreamer.com where several
on-line demonstrations are available.