MapXtreme is a mapping application
server for cost-effective, broad deployments of mapping over
the Internet or your Intranet. Available in Java Edition or
Applications running on a managed server network offer huge
economies of scale - lowering hardware and administrative
costs - while dramatically improving application performance,
reliability and security. Companies who once found mapping
costs prohibitive can now offer it at lower cost per user than
companies can visualize their data on a map to find new
relationships and trends that don't show up on
spreadsheets and reports. Leading companies use mapping
to make important decisions: where to market and sell,
how to manage and protect assets, and how to transport
gives you multi-platform, high quality, high performance,
and easy-to-use mapping products. Users have invested in
UNIX because it performs, it's secure and it's reliable.
They want UNIX.
of MapXtreme Java Edition
organizations using spatial analysis have
mixed-hardware environments, or prefer UNIX servers
for scalability, performance and reliability. With
Java on the server-side, existing UNIX or Windows NT
resources can be used.
For many enterprises, spatial analysis is vital.
Mapping applications have to work and support all
the users who need access from a corporate intranet
or the Internet. MapXtreme Java, designed from the
ground up as a server, is a cost-effcient way to
give everyone in the organization access to maps.
once, run anywhere
developed in a Java environment, MapXtreme Java
applications can be migrated and reused regardless
of future hardware or platform choices.
To help users get up and running as fast as
possible, MapXtreme includes a commercial Internet
Development Environment and Application Server (Hahtsite),
as well as sample applications for Java
environments like Net Dynamics and Microsoft's
Active Server Pages. It is compatible with all Web
servers/browsers and there are no proprietary
MapXtreme contains many new technical innovations
using Java, and server features that are unavailable
in any other application server.