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9th August, 2016

To gather insights on the state of application and data integration, we spoke with 18 executives from 15 companies who are involved in the integration of applications and data. Here’s who we talked to: Shawn Ryan, V.P. Marketing Digital as a Service, Axway | Kurt Collins, Director of Technology Evangelism and Partnership, Built.io | Thomas...

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14th July, 2016

Push Technology announced a new approach to real-time messaging with its product, Reappt. With a revamped pricing model designed to lower application costs, and patent-pending efficiency features for streaming JSON data, Reappt offers developers control of application performance, resilience and scale. Read more at DEVOPS Digest.

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1st July, 2016

Network World has featured Reappt as part of its new products of the week slideshow.   For more: NetworkWorld

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23rd June, 2016

There is so much happening in the Big Data space, that we’re pleased to bring you this list of news snippets. In new product news, Push Technology unveiled a new approach to realtime messaging with its product, Reappt. With a revamped pricing model designed to lower application costs, and patent-pending efficiency features for streaming JSON...

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14th June, 2016

New JSON streaming features and a disruptive data-centric pricing model make Reappt the most efficient & cost effective realtime messaging service  San Jose, CA and London, UK – June 14th, 2016 – Push Technology today announced a totally new approach to realtime messaging with its product, Reappt. With a revamped pricing model designed to lower...

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2nd September, 2015

Enterprise-grade, Internet messaging solution, Diffusion, supports faster development times with its unified API and new role-based security model controlled by permissions. London, UK and San Jose, Calif. – September 2, 2015 Push Technology today announced the latest version of its enterprise-grade Internet Messaging solution, Diffusion. Designed to handle the extremes of data delivery over the...

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30th July, 2015

The drive for greater customisation and tailored products could be hampered by customers’ fears about use of their data. Digital Catapult research has found that 60 percent of UK consumers were uncomfortable sharing personal data and 14 percent refused to share any at all. There were also worrying findings about transparency amongst organisations; 65 percent...

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27th July, 2015

Integrated offer ‘Live Queries’ Combines FatFractal Mobile API Framework with Push Technology’s Reactive Data Layer Solution to Give Data-Intensive Apps a Performance Edge San Jose, Calif. – June 15, 2015 – Push Technology and FatFractal today announced a partnership delivering an innovative developer solution to provide applications with a performance edge. The Live Queries feature,...

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7-9 February 2017 EXCEL London  


Push Technology’s Ross Garrett will present at next week’s API Days in Melbourne March 1st – 3rd. His session: “REST considered harmful” will explore how some design decisions may be leading to poor user experiences and negatively affecting your business. He will discuss the principles of reactive applications and how streaming APIs can deliver significant...


Push Technology’s Jarrett Bariel is speaking at InterConnect 2016 February 21-25 in Las Vegas. His session: “Extending Enterprise Messaging Across the Wild Wild Web” will address the issues of extending Enterprise Messaging over unknown networks. Enterprise Messaging has become part of a standard technology stack that requires several loosely coupled systems to share information in...


Push Technology’s Ross Garrett is speaking in Paris at API Days during 7th and 8th December. His session: “When RESTful May be Considered Harmful’ will discuss the impact that the design of your REST APIs can have on your system’s scale, throughput and performance; what the problems are, how to avoid them, and what alternatives...


Push Technology’s Ross Garrett is hosting a meetup in Denver today. His session: ‘When RESTful May Be Considered Harmful’ will discuss the impact that the design of your REST APIs can have on your system’s scale, throughput and performance; what the problems are, how to avoid them, and what alternatives exist. The session will explore...


Dr Andy Piper, CTO at Push will join Founder of Rize, CTO of GoMicro.Services and HTML5 Developer of Grindhead Games, in a discussion entitled: the multi-platform developer. What are the strategic decisions you have to make as a developer when targeting multiple platforms in your application? They will also explore the tools and technologies that...


Dr Andy Piper, CTO of Push Technology will present on the IoE Developer Stage at AppsWorld on November 18, 2015. He will present the topic, ‘Apps Go Large – Designing Apps with Runaway Success in Mind’ at 11:30am. Imagine you have a great app and now you’ve hit it big (think Uber, a startup that...


If you have a problem app or are developing your dream app, meet with Push Technology at Apps World in London. A Gold Sponsor, meet Push Technology at booth 327 to learn how we help solve your problem app or bring your dream app to life. Apps World brings together developers, telecom professionals, marketers and...

31st August, 2016

“To be truly digital, banks must pair an emphasis on customer-facing capabilities with investment in the technical, architectural, analytic and organizational foundations that enable participation in the financial services ecosystem.” Gartner, Hype Cycle for Digital Banking Transformation, 2015 Consumers are adopting mobile retail banking at enormous rates – they want control over their finances and...

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30th August, 2016

The rapid adoption of realtime UX frameworks like React and others have shown the demand for easy-to-use tooling and infrastructure that can make apps more user-friendly. But there are some fundamentals to understand in this realtime revolution. Before the world of realtime apps, actions were obvious and simple. Click a link, page reloads, and the...

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25th August, 2016

The healthcare industry is innovating to meet the demands of an aging and growing population. With innovation in connecting medical instruments, realtime monitoring, care connectivity and IoT, healthcare technologies benefit from data-efficient, realtime messaging. Here are five use cases for realtime messaging in healthcare. Connecting Medical Instruments Connecting medical devices into intelligent systems has the...

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24th August, 2016

In today’s always connected, instant gratification culture, retailers are challenged with meeting the demands of the customer – providing them with the information they need, when they need it – while ensuring backend systems can handle this hyper-personalization. Challenges exist around realtime inventory management, supply chain management, how to better target customers to deliver promotions...

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18th August, 2016

Consorsbank wanted to create the next generation of consumer retail banking mobile application. Where most retail bank applications give customers the ability to check account balances, transfer balances and make payments, Consorsbank wanted its application to go further. Consorsbank was looking for a solution that would allow customers to: Create a customer ticker of stocks...

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5th August, 2016

Travel is all about time – departures, arrivals, delays. Gone are the days when this was handled in the terminal or station, today travel info is all about the app. And it’s not just about whether there is a delay, there is a huge financial benefit. Mobile bookings continue to grow, according to analytics data...

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26th July, 2016

I follow a famous fashion and beauty YouTuber on Snapchat. For months and months, she has been telling her followers all about a collaboration between herself and female clothing company, Missguided. Her launch date of the new collection was Tuesday July 19th, and she had drummed up a lot of excitement for her 4.6 million...

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21st July, 2016

I recently returned from a holiday to Disney World. I went about 10 years ago, but things have definitely moved on since then! I expected to arrive at the park, be handed a map and print out my chosen ‘fast passes’ for three rides. Oh boy was I wrong!  My family and I rocked up...

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