Intel SOA Products Division
|Type||Subsidiary of Intel|
|Founded||Sarvega, Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois (2000)|
|Headquarters||Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, USA|
|Key people||Girish Juneja - General Manager|
SOA Expressway for Healthcare
Intel SOA Products Division is a group within Intel which releases XML processing and security software for transforming XML messages. Their primary product line, SOA Expressway, is a family of software and hardware XML Gateways (XML appliances) that are used in SOA architectures on-premise or in the cloud. The appliances interoperate with SOA middleware & governance products and handle SOAP and REST for cross-domain integration & security.
The Intel SOA Expressway core runtime engine is based on highly-performing XML technology that includes the utilization of an Intel Architecture using the SSE 4.2 instruction set as well as Event Stream optimizations developed by Sarvega (acquired by Intel in 2005.)
Intel SOA Expressway for Healthcare is a software product that provides secure interoperability across different domains such as hospitals, state Health Information Exchanges (HIE), or national healthcare integration networks.
- March 2000 - Founded by John G. Chirapurath, Sunil Gaitonde, Girish Juneja.
- April 2002 - Sarvega XML Speedway produced.
- July 2002 - Sarvega XML Guardian Gateway XML appliance produced.
- August 2002 - Intel puts venture capital into Sarvega Inc.
- August 2005 - Intel acquires Sarvega Inc.
- February 2008 - Release of Intel SOA Expressway.
- April 2008 - Release of Intel SOA Expressway for Healthcare.