Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Colligo Networks Issued U.S. Patent on Peer-to-Peer Database Synchronization

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Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) May 6, 2008 -- Colligo Networks Inc., a leader in desktop collaboration solutions, today announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has approved the issuance of patent No. 7,366,743, filed on March 6, 2002, for the Company's peer-to-peer database synchronization technology. This is the second patent issued to the Company in 2008. Additional applications are currently in process at the USPTO.

Synchronous peer-to-peer database synchronization is a core technology that has been used in Colligo products since 2001. This technology employs an efficient method for replicating databases without the need for a central server. In contrast to traditional approaches, Colligo's peer-to-peer technology extracts changes from individual local databases and synchronizes them in an efficient manner directly with other individuals on a local network.

Colligo Networks Issued U.S. Patent on Peer-to-Peer Database Synchronization

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