Research Triangle Park, N.C., Feb 9, 2000 – DataFlux Corporation, a leader in the development of data quality control tools and fuzzy matching Web site infrastructure technology, has announced the availability of a LINUX version of its software development kit product, dfSDK. The collection of data quality and fuzzy matching software components serve as a foundation for many software products and Web sites that require high-quality data and the ability to perform sophisticated similarity searching of a database.

“Introducing this powerful new technology to the world of LINUX developers is an exciting achievement for us,” said Stephen Wiehe, chief executive officer of DataFlux. “As LINUX has become an important database-driven Web site and e- commerce platform, we chose to add this critical piece of e-commerce infrastructure to our lineup that already includes Windows NT and Sun Solaris."

The LINUX version of dfSDK includes real-time data quality technology, data redundancy prevention and advanced fuzzy searching capabilities to allow for sophisticated near-match searching of Web site databases. This is significant for LINUX-powered Web sites whose revenue corresponds to how quickly and easily site visitors can locate a particular item. Adding these capabilities will contribute substantially to the sought-after improvement of a site visitor's user experience as well as revenue for the site owner.

More information is available at www.dataflux.com.

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