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Axial Exchange Partners with MuleSoft to Release Open Source Healthcare Interoperability Platform

July 1, 2010

RALEIGH, N.C., July 1 /PRNewswire/ – Axial Exchange, an emerging leader in healthcare IT, today announced a partnership with MuleSoft, the Web Middleware Company, to release a new open source healthcare interoperability platform called Axial 360(TM). Built on MuleSoft’s Mule ESB, the world’s most widely used open source enterprise service bus, Axial 360 enables interoperability among disparate health IT systems within or beyond an institution’s firewall. Axial 360 (TM) is a core subsystem behind Axial Alerts(TM), a real time messaging platform which synthesizes clinical information and delivers the information to key healthcare stakeholders.

“Axial Exchange is helping to fundamentally change the healthcare industry by lowering the costs and difficulties of integrating and securely sharing medical information,” said Chris Purpura, vice president of corporate and business development at MuleSoft. “The Axial 360 platform represents an ideal partnership of technology from the leading open source integration platform, combined with deep industry experience from the Axial Exchange team.”

Axial has released Axial 360 as a free open source download for use by the broader healthcare community. Axial 360 is not only the interface engine that powers Axial solutions, but it is also intended as an open platform for the broader ecosystem of health IT vendors and in-house developers.

“We’re at the beginning of a generation-long retooling of the world’s health IT infrastructure, and low cost, standards-based interoperability is key to the success of this effort,” said Matt Mattox, CTO of Axial Exchange. “This is an ideal job for open source middleware. A strong track record in mission-critical environments and its active developer community makes MuleSoft an ideal partner for Axial in bringing open source interoperability to healthcare. “

The Axial 360 health care interface engine and connector library is fully open-source and is hosted as a Google Code project, with full documentation. For more information, visit the Axial 360 project site at http://code.google.com/p/axial360/. Mule ESB is fully open-source and is available at http://www.mulesoft.org.

About Axial Exchange

Axial Exchange allows heath care systems of all types to share data in order to solve key clinical and business problems. Whether ensuring people can securely access their electronic health records across providers or notifying primary care physicians when patients enter an emergency room, the company’s software enables doctors, labs, hospitals and other providers to securely and privately exchange electronic health information among the various systems within their organizations and affiliates outside of their practices. By offering health care enterprises 360-degree interoperability, Axial provides an essential element for health information exchange today and positions its clients to face new challenges tomorrow.

For more information: www.axialexchange.com

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    Media Contact for Axial Exchange:
    John Casey
    jcasey@axialexchange.com
    919.576.9988

About MuleSoft

MuleSoft is the Web Middleware Company, providing enterprise-class software based on the world’s most popular open source application infrastructure products, Mule ESB and Apache Tomcat. With Mule ESB and Tcat Server, MuleSoft brings an ideal combination of simplicity and power to today’s web applications. Its products boast more than 1.5 million downloads and over 2,500 production deployments by leading organizations such as Walmart.com, Nestle, Honeywell and DHL, as well as 85 in the Global 500 and 5 of the world’s top 10 banks. MuleSoft is headquartered in San Francisco with offices worldwide.

For more information: www.MuleSoft.com, or email info@MuleSoft.com.

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    Media Contact for MuleSoft:
    Cara Porchia
    cara.porchia@MuleSoft.com
    415.755.8523

SOURCE Axial Exchange


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