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Radiant Logic and Axiomatics forming strategic alliance

Stockholm, July 27 2010 – Radiant Logic Inc, a market-leading provider of virtual directory solutions for identity management and enterprise information integration, has entered into a strategic alliance with Axiomatics.

Axiomatics has one of the best XACML policy servers on the market, and this is a key enabler for the effective deployment of modern authorization, says Michel Prompt, Founder and CEO, Radiant Logic in this recent announcement of the RadiantOne Virtual Directory Server Context Edition 5.3 release.

Requirements on identity and access management are rapidly evolving. Old domain-centric solutions fail to provide the kind of flexibility that organizations need to make efficient use of the Internet and Cloud based services. By combining techniques such as federation and identity as a service with externalized, standards- and policy-based authorization, new challenges can be managed in a much simpler way while overall functionality is enhanced to meet new demands.

Customers of both companies will benefit from the integration between Radiant and Axiomatics technologies in more than one way. Combined the products of these companies enable solutions that simplify management of user identities as well as XACML attributes while allowing rapid deployments for new environments via generic XACML policy enforcement points.

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