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MuleSource Integrates Intel XML Software Suite in SOA Solution
Mule Xpack for Intel XML Software Suite Solution

MuleSource announced a collaboration with Intel Corporation to deliver a new offering that provides off-the-shelf integration between Mule and the Intel XML Software Suite.

Called Mule Xpack for Intel XML Software Suite -- the new offering is a set of instructions and Mule extensions that improve XML processing performance for SOA deployments. Taking a new approach to accelerating XML traffic, MuleSource teamed with Intel in a collaboration to bring the Intel XML Software Suite to the Mule ESB, enhancing and offloading XML processing.

"As the leading open source Enterprise Service Bus, Mule has more than 2,000 production deployments worldwide, with a wide range of use cases leveraging XML in various ways," said Ross Mason, CTO and co-founder of MuleSource. "Our collaboration with Intel provides Mule users with tremendous flexibility in the design and deployment of their applications. XML plays a crucial role in moving toward SOA, and the ability to increase processing performance is a huge benefit for many organizations."

The Mule Xpack provides Mule integration support for the Intel XML Software Suite, which can be used to support three categories of XML operations:

  • XML Parsing
  • XSLT Transformation
  • XPath Evaluations

Intel XML Software Suite is a comprehensive high-performance software library providing APIs for C++ and Java on Linux and Windows operating systems, delivering maximum performance for XML processing on industry standard servers and application environments. Designed to take advantage of the Intel Core microarchitecture, Intel XML Software Suite provides thread safe and efficient memory utilization, scalable stream-to-stream processing, and large XML file processing capabilities.

"The Intel XML Software Suite delivers software-only XML processing performance that beats even dedicated XML appliances," said Jon Khazam, vice president Intel Software and Solutions Group and general manager Manageability & Middleware Division. "The Mule Xpack for Intel XML Software Suite gives MuleSource ESB users an easy way to dramatically increase the efficiency of their SOA applications that use XML."

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