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e-speak

A standard interface for e-services from HP. E-speak is designed to let different e-services applications discover and interact with each other over the Internet. See e-services.
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Prior to Confluent/Oblix, Sarukkai was the chief architect for Hewlett-Packard's E-speak program, where he led efforts covering web-service programming models, routing, registries, and management.
The event, which drew 113 teens and parents, was sponsored by E-SPEAK (Eugene Students and Parents Empowering All with Knowledge), a consortium of students, parents and community professionals organized by Planned Parenthood Health Services of Southwestern Oregon.
Confluent's team sprung from the pioneering work on web services started back in the mid-1990s at Hewlett-Packard (HP), that resulted in e-Speak, a loosely packaged of web services software that HP decided to axe in June 2002.
The product enables online digital forms using the Adobe PDF standard to connect directly with XML server applications, as well as to Microsoft BizTalk and HP's e-Speak XML systems.
Ericsson, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Telia have joined forces to conduct a pilot project to run WAP-based mobile Internet e-services on HP's e-speak electronic services platform.
But it is Nokia which Fiorina indicated would be the linchpin of HP's efforts to establish itself as mobile e-commerce and associated e-services facilitator, combining its own E-Speak services broker software with Nokia's wireless infrastructure and terminal expertise to provide a one stop shop for mobile commerce customers.
Prior to co-founding Confluent, Sharma worked as a lead engineer on HP's e-Speak initiative and in various capacities at Hewlett-Packard Research Labs.
Before Confluent/Oblix, Sarukkai was the chief architect for Hewlett-Packard's E-speak program, where he led efforts covering web- service programming models, routing, registries, and management.
The event, sponsored by the local consortium E-SPEAK - Eugene Students and Parents Empowering All with Knowledge, is open to students, parents and the general public.
Few analysts were surprised by this decision, despite widespread recognition that HP was the original 'thought-leader' in web services after the release of its first e-Speak web services product in 1998.
Hewlett-Packard Co claims its E-Speak distributed hypervisor for brokering between services can already incorporate Jini as a subset of its functions.
Hewlett Packard has chosen Oracle Corp's Oracle8i Internet platform as the preferred database repository for its new E-Speak technology.