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Enterprise Integration Companies I Didn't Know About: Fiorano

09.25.2013
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I just learned about a company today called Fiorano Software and I'm surprised they've flown under my Enterprise Integration radar for so long.  Along with their overall platform, they provide an ESB with a P2P, asynchronous architecture based on JMS 2.0, so they are firmly in the Java enterprise world.  

They just released a new version of their commercial platform – Fiorano 10 – and added support for SWIFT standards, which are pretty useful for financial messaging transactions.  You can find more info about the platform release in their press release.

I was surprised I couldn't find anything about Fiorano in Crunchbase or other news sites, but it seems that they've faded from the spotlight a bit since the company's 1995 debut.  However, they still are sitting pretty with  customers like NASA, AT&T Labs, Vodafone, and L’Oréal.