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Jolly Announces the Release of ID Flow 5.0
Date:5/25/2010

ID Flow 5.0 Manages Massive Data Sets to Support National IDs

San Carlos, CA (PRWEB) May 25, 2010 -- Today Jolly Technologies announces the public release of ID Flow version 5.0. The highlights of version 5.0 include a new architecture to support databases with massive amounts of data (up to billions of records), direct support for flash cameras and automatic face detection.

During the past year, Jolly has been awarded several large projects (including national identification cards) from around the World. To support the massive amount of records, Jolly has developed a new data management architecture that incorporates various innovative optimization techniques that enable Jolly products to work with even billions of records without any noticeable delays.

“We’ve had pre-release versions of ID Flow 5.0 in large, distributed production environments since January and our customers have been extremely happy with the results,” said Kurt Bell, VP Sales and Marketing. “We’ve solved a problem that’s been plaguing the industry for years and now see ID Flow as the preeminent solution for managing national identification cards. ID Flow has the ability to seamlessly connect with any existing database and the data management and production time now depends only on the speed of the customer’s database server and their network.”

ID Flow 5.0 has direct support for Canon SLR Series Flash Cameras and automatic face cropping capabilities. “Flash camera support has always been a sore spot for the ID card industry. Most customers and dealers have relied on third party applications with mixed results,” said Bell. “We’ve tightly integrated direct driver support for Canon SLR cameras and a flash photo can be taken directly from ID Flow without any need for an intermediary application. Direct support for Logitech web cameras ha
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